See students in action during the spring break '14 Habitat for Humanity Challenge in South Carolina

Sunday, April 6, 2014

GEORGETOWN, S.C.-- Spring break desitnations like Panama City in Florida may get all the attention from the news media, but hundreds of students spend their college breaks volunteering like a team of 24 from Westminster.  One group headed to South Carolina in March.  They served as the labor force for a week on the job site at a Habitat for Humanity project. 

WCN staffers Jarred Treshok and Kendell Hunter joined this band of volunteers.  They show you what a Spring Break with a Purpose is all about in this short video documentary.

 The trip is part of a 30-year old Westminster tradition providing students with a chance to visit new places while serving as ambassadors of our local community.  The goal of the Spring Break With a Purpose project is to work with Habitat groups to build and maintain homes for deserving families.   Faculty, staff, students and even campus administrators have participated in the trips over the years. 

Spring Break Habitat Challenge in South Carolina from WCN 24/7 on VIMEO on Vimeo.


Click image to enlarge.

The Westminster chapter of Habitat for Humanity is the largest student organization on campus.


Click image to enlarge.

Kendall Hunter is a senior broadcast & digital communications major.


Click image to enlarge.

Jarred Treshok produced the documentary. He's a senior broadcast & digital communications major.