CETA Volunteer Day - Habitat for Humanity
A group of students from the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) started the semester early by lending a helping hand to Habitat for Humanity (HFH). On Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - students from several CETA disciplines assisted on a house build in Hartford, CT.
Along with these students, Assistant Dean David Pines and Prof. Ted Sussmann joined the group to give back to the city of Hartford. Dean Lou Manzione - Dean of CETA greeted the group as well and the day of work began with a morning kick-off.
Volunteer and educational opportunities of this type will continue this year as CETA will also be working with Habitat for Humanity on a Sustainable House Build on Enfield Street in Hartford, CT.
Thanks to all for the participation.