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New Orleans: Rebuilding After Disaster - 10 days 11

New Orleans Volunteer Program for Teens

Over the past few years, thousands of people in New Orleans have lost their homes due to hurricanes. Rebuilding efforts have been ongoing, but recent natural disasters, most notably Hurricane Ida, a category 4 storm that hit the region in August of 2021, have left much work to be done. This summer community service program for teens is an opportunity for participants to work together under the direction of SBP and their AmeriCorps members on an active build site and directly help displaced families return home. When not helping to rebuild these homes, we’ll be enjoying the highlights of New Orleans and learning about the rich history and culture of the area. All in all, this teen summer program offers an incredible experience with a meaningful project, a sense of community, hands-on homebuilding skills, teamwork, and fun!

About This Program

  • What It’s Like

    The perfect balance of meaningful service projects, cultural immersion and unforgettable adventures.

  • Age Requirement

    Participants must be age 14 or older by the start of this program.

  • 30 Service Hours

    A letter of completion detailing the program's service hours and projects will be issued after the program.

  • Recognition

    Your service hours are eligible toward the President's Volunteer Service Award.

  • Service Projects

    We work directly with SBP, and everybody participates together in each project.

  • Accommodation

    Hotels.

  • Meals

    Includes breakfast and dinner daily, plus 4 lunches.

  • Activities

    Includes all recreation & activities listed.

  • Transportation

    Travel in passenger vans driven by our staff.

  • Group Size

    Up to 24 participants.

Service Projects

Activities

New Orleans: Rebuilding After Disaster - 10 days 11

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