Habitat for Humanity is an outstanding organization that provides an excellent opportunity to do good for the community . It gives a very good feeling to see the product of your labor years in to the future.
rewarding work, good friends and strong organization
Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – Kelso, WA – May 27, 2016
I loved working here. It was challenging. Sometimes we were on a construction site and others we were setting up big events for fundraising. It was rewarding because you helped families find homes and were heavily involved in community interest.
Help the community, great co-workers and personal support.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Richmond, TX – May 14, 2016
Going into this volunteer group I had no idea what I was getting in to! But the lead builders took the time to talk and educate every step that took place in building the house we built, every Saturday was a blessing and humble day because I was able to help build a home from the ground up and help a family get back on their feet. There really isn't quite better then being able to give your time to someone who deserves it.
Volunteer Work (Former Employee) – Stafford, TX – April 18, 2016
Duties: Loaded/unloaded furniture and appliances, validated donation transactions and customer requests, and sorting appliances Most enjoyable part of the job: Interacting with people Hardest part of the job: The labor is physically exhausting.
Volunteer (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – April 15, 2016
The idea of selling one's belongings that they no longer want is a work of genius. The way revenue is generated and spent is done expertly. I strongly approve the work being done by this company. I feel as though my interactions with people improved as well. Costumers would often come in trying to bargain as hard as they could. I feel this grew my skills in dealing with costumers that were not receiving the deals they imagined, but come to an acceptable compromise.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – April 6, 2016
I participated in a construction management education for employment class when I was in high school it was a good experience and I would recommend people interested in construction management or construction to participate.
volunteer (Current Employee) – Lafayette, IN – April 6, 2016
I learned everything from cement to dry wall. When I started working with Habitat I knew nothing of construction. My school partnered with them so we could learn and become certified in many trades. I'm happy that I got this opportunity. My bosses are wonderful to work with and they have taught me more than just skills of the trade and we had fun doing it. The only bad thing I can think of is working in with the elements but if you dressed properly it wasn't bad over all.