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Habitat for Humanity

  • The Campus Chapter of Habitat for Humanity is affliated with the Mahoning County Habitat for Humanity in Youngstown, Ohio.
  • Chapter Meetings for the 2015-2016 Academic Year will be held at 6:00 PM on the following Thursdays with locations noted by each date:  September 10 (Mueller Theater), September 24 (Mueller Theater), October 8 (Mueller Theater), October 22 (Mueller Theater), November 5 (Mueller Theater), November 19 (Mueller Theater), December 3 (Mueller Theater), January 28 (Mueller Theater), February 11 (Mueller Theater), February 25 (Mueller Theater), March 17 (Mueller Theater), April 14 (Mueller Theater), April 28 (Mueller Theater).
  • Scheduled Saturday Work Days from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM are:  September 12 & 26, October 10 & 17, November 7 & 21, December 5, January 30, February 13 & 27, March 19, April 2, 16 & 30.
  • Spring Break Collegiate Challenge & Work Trips will be held the week of March 5-12, 2016 - Destinations will be determined by late September / early October.   If you are interested in signing up for this work trip contact Rev. Jim Mohr.   Persons attending will need to participate in fund raising events and pay a minimal registration fee (yet to be determined). 
  • For information regarding opportunities to participate in workdays, fundraisers and more. Contact: Sarah Laughlin (President), Becky Arturo(Vice President), and Sarah Smith (Treasurer) or Rev. Jim Mohr (Faculty Advisor) for more information.

Mission Work Trips

  • Spring Break 2016 will be March 5-12, 2016 Spring Break Work Trips are being planned.  Destinations will be determined by October 2015.  Watch for details!  Participants will be required to make a deposit and participate in fund raising programs.
  • Contact Jim Mohr for more information on all trips.

Volunteer Service

  • Volunteers In Service and Action teams are under the direction of the Chapel Office. These service teams consist of dedicated students who are willing to volunteer their time and energy to one or more programs in the area. Projects include tutoring programs, youth rehabilitation work, adopt a grandparent, church youth work, crisis hotlines, Big Brother/Big Sister, and more.