Project Assistant- Construction & Infrastructure- Federal Program
CONSTRUCTION & INFRASTRUCTURE- Rebuild American communities
Provide support to communities and assist Americans in accessing safe and affordable housing.
If you share this interest in rebuilding communities, apply for this program.
Please visit our virtual info session for program information and application assistance:
Virtual Information Session (available 24/7)
• Completed degree not required
• Gain experience while exploring career options
• Gain a competitive edge over other job applicants in private or government sectors
• Gain leadership and management experience
• Gain college credits for continuing education (earn 6-9 credit hours)
• Gain new contacts by networking with government and community agency directors
• Gain new skills in your career field and expand your capabilities
• Gain advantages for college, trade school or apprenticeships
• Team Leader option for those with advanced skills and education (11 months)
• Minimum of 10 month commitment- can be repeated
• Travel, lodging, healthcare provided plus childcare allowance if applicable
• Earn bi-weekly pay plus $6,095 to pay off educational debt or pay for future educational and job training expenses
Participants in this training program are supervised/evaluated by federal government personnel and federal program team leaders.
Infrastructure- building wheelchair ramps; establishing community centers; building playgrounds; repairing and painting public facilities; rehabilitate property
Construction- through a partnership between the federal government and Habitat for Humanity, participants have a range of opportunities
- Construction crew leader
Plays an integral part in leading volunteers to build and repair more homes.
- Community outreach coordinator
Plays a critical role in strengthening relationships through planning, coordination and implementation of projects in partnership with the community.
- Deconstruction coordinator
Assists with the management and execution of deconstruction programs, assisting with demolition of structures in order to reuse and recycle materials as a green alternative to landfills.
- Family services coordinator
Builds and maintains the pipeline of homeowner families by leading efforts to recruit and educate qualified families for both home ownership and home repair opportunities.
- Volunteer services coordinator
Helps recruit, train, schedule and recognize volunteers while growing the volunteer base and advancing individual and group partnerships.
Habitat for Humanity- What we build
We build new homes that are durable and healthy for the lowest possible cost. We focus on energy efficiency and other sustainable building techniques and materials.
We repair and rehab existing homes. See these amazing transformations.
We help revitalize neighborhoods. Many local Habitats in the United States partner with residents, community leaders and local groups to revitalize neighborhoods. Sometimes, their efforts include building new homes or doing repairs. In the past three years, local Habitats doing neighborhood revitalization also have participated in more than 7,500 community projects, from renovating community centers to helping build community gardens.
We’ve built more than 70,000 new homes and rehabbed or repaired another 100,000 homes through our disaster response and recovery efforts.
We build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Decent shelter is something we all need to thrive, and your help makes that possible for more families every day.