We are incredibly proud of our cadet James Joveski who recently volunteered to participate in RMITs ‘Construction Project for Shelter’ course.
The project saw 10 students assist with the construction of a new house for
Habitat for Humanity in Yea, Victoria.
James documented his involvement in his own LinkedIn post, as well as an internal newsflash.
James commented that he found the course to be an extremely rewarding experience, having been able to make a small contribution to Habitat for Humanity’s vision – ‘a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live’.
#habitatforhumanity #buildingcommunities #buildingthefuture #cadetsrock
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