The $175 fee can be paid by Cash, Check, eCheck, Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover. Checks can be made out to Leadership & Community Engagement. Please do not mail cash.
Online payments are available here.
Cancellations will be accepted until June 28. After June 28, no refunds will be available.
- BUILD 1 begins on Sunday, July 14 at 12pm
- BUILD 1 will end Thursday, July 18 by 4pm
- $175 fee includes all equipment, food, transportation, lodging, and leaders.
- Participants can check-in on Sunday from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. On-campus housing accommodations for students will be provided.
Student check-in for BUILD will take place Sunday from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at a campus Residence Hall. Specific information about check-in will come in a confirmation letter e-mailed to each participant upon registration.
Participants will be staying in a Residence Hall during BUILD 1. This residence hall is a traditional living style residence hall. BUILDers will share a room with another participant of the same gender. There are common bathrooms and showers for BUILDer use. BUILDers will need to bring a sleeping bag and/or linens for the mattress, as well as toiletries. A specific ‘What to Bring’ list will be mailed with BUILDer confirmation letters.
What Service Activities will I be doing:
BUILD will provide several different service opportunities. Students will spend their days working with local community agencies to help make their volunteering experiences in the Statesboro community complete. Examples of activities include: construction projects, landscaping, and painting local non-profit agency buildings. There will be a lot of physical building and relationship building. It will be hot, and we’ll be outside for the majority of the work, so please pack appropriately, and be ready to make a difference!
- Jodi Kennedy, Director
- John Banter, Associate Director
- Urkovia Andrews, Assistant Director for Service Learning
- Jordan Wilburn, Coordinator of Community and Civic Engagement
- Brandi Hoffman, Coordinator of Alternative Breaks & Community Partnerships
- John Egan, Leadership Educator
- Ben Phillips, Coordinator for Leadership & Community Engagement (Armstrong Campus)
- Lynn Reaves, Senior Administrative Assistant
Last updated: 9/17/2018