May 28 @ 2pm-June 2 @ 5:30pm

Registration closed


What is the Habitat Trip?!

The College Habitat for Humanity Trip has been taking place at St. Louis since 2010. St. Louis partners with Habitat as a response to a call to be in solidarity with our brothers and sisters and to work for an end to poverty. Habitat follows a “hand up” versus a “hand out” philosophy, working with the families who receive homes to build the houses. 

A Typical Day: Our St. Louis group will be staying at St. Philips in Laurel, DE, which has been our host for many years. We bring mats and air mattresses to sleep in the basement and use the church’s kitchen to prepare our meals. The flow of the day is wake up around 7am, breakfast, packing lunches, departure around 8/8:15am, arrive on the sight at 9am and work on the homes until 3pm (with a break for lunch at 12pm). Then we use showers at a local community organization and head back to the church to chill, rest, play games outside, etc. A group volunteers to make dinner. In the evening, college students lead a retreat component. We will have a retreat theme and planned talks for every day, which include testimonies from the college students about relevant topics. There have been known to be multiple Dairy Queen runs as well.

You should join us for Habitat if: You would like to give generously of your time and energy to build a home for a family. You are flexible and hardworking. You want to making new friends who will become like family. You are willing to come with an open and honest heart to share about your faith journey.


Steps To Register (Please note that we can only take 16 participants):

1.) Complete the Online Registration Form (at the bottom of this page)

2.) Sign the Adult Release Form HH18Habitat for Humanity Adult Release Form and Mail into St. Louis/ Email to 

Mailing Address: Katie Erskine || Re: College Habitat || 12500 Clarksville PIke || Clarksville, MD 21029

3.) Pay by sending in a check of $120 made payable to St. Louis CYM, Memo: College Habitat

4.) Register with Habitat for Humanity on their volunteer website [ALL]

From Habitat: Apart from this, I will need each individual (18 years of age and older) to register online at When you reach the website, you will need to locate the big blue volunteer button on the right hand side of the page. Once you do so, you will need to fill out the form and waiver. After filling out the form and waiver, you will be redirected to the calendar where you will need to register for the first date that you will be serving. Therefore, this date will be: May 29, 2018. It is mandatory for each individual to register online in order to abide by our Insurance and Habitat International regulations. 

5.) Complete the Habitat Volunteer Safety Videos [Only those who are new this year]


Habitat for Humanity Packing List