This experience will completely change your outlook on community service! 15-20 students embark on a week long adventure down to New Bern, North Carolina where we partner with Habitat for Humanity and the local community of New Bern to build a home for a family in need. We work on everything from drywall, to framing, to building a tool shed! You absolutely do not need any prior experience with tools or home building to go on this trip. Over the course of the week our group becomes a family as we eat, sleep, and work together every day. The quaint town of New Bern welcomes us with its famous southern hospitality to make for an incredible week. This Spring Break Trip offers great opportunities to make new friends, reflect on a personal level, and gain a greater appreciation for what we usually take for granted. You most definitely wont regret spending your spring break in NC with BHLP and Habitat for Humanity!
|Alternate Spring Break 2015 Trip Leaders|
|Kyle Ducharme: Kyle is a sophomore from Downingtown, Pennsylvania. He is majoring in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Economics and is also a member of the honors program. Kyle became involved with BHLP through QUEST and has been an active participant completing Tier 1 and Advanced Tier 1. In his free time, he enjoys any physical activity and just hanging out with friends. Kyle was also a participant in last year's trip, with his favorite memory of using the nail gun on the roof. He looks forward to being this year's site leader and hopes to ensure that all future participants had as much fun as he did.|
|Matt Bogdan: Matt is a sophomore from Roxbury, New Jersey. He is majoring in Food Science and minoring in Chemistry and Leadership. Aside from participating and BHLP and school, Matt enjoys playing basketball as well as the guitar. He became involved in the Blue Hen Leadership Program as a freshman though "Quest," BHLP's First Year Summer Leadership Experience program and attended the Alternate Spring Break trip to North Carolina in 2014. His favorite memories from his ASB trip was working on the roof and attending a bonfire held by one of the Habitat for Humanity "Die-Hards." Next spring, Matt will be taking on the role of "Site Leader" for the ASB trip and is already excited to meet all the new volunteers!|