Habitat is certainly blessed to have the Tivy High School Construction Tech class work in partnership with us to build homes in the Maud Jennings neighborhood. The class works on site two days a week to apply their knowledge and hone their skills. The Construction Technology pathway at Tivy High School is designed to lay a solid foundation for students interested in construction or architecture. Before coming out to the work site, students must complete a course focused on safety, applied construction mathematics, and the use of hand and power tools. Students on the Habitat construction site continue with their course of study focused on gaining knowledge of building materials, codes, and framing. The students are able to apply those skills while volunteering with Habitat Kerr County. Students have the option to continue in the construction pathway focuses on refining skills in the areas of carpentry, interior/exterior finishes, building maintenance, construction management, architecture and engineering. Habitat is very proud to be a part of the Construction Tech pathway program and we are grateful for the work these students provide each week. Volunteer labor reduces the cost of houses and allows Habitat to provide homes that are affordable to low income families in Kerr County.
Habitat volunteers contribute
much more than sweat and muscle.
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Habitat for Humanity Kerr County
uses all money donated directly for Construction of Homes.
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