Stains on your clothes? Worth it, disaster recovery interns say

Two Summer Communities of Service interns whose assignment was disaster recovery cited unexpected learnings, such as how “having a stable home is the foundation for everything else,” said Hannah G., one of the interns. She added, “The dirt, mud and paint stains on your clothes … if you have to throw away your sneakers as I will have to … it’s worth it!”

Two Summer Communities of Service interns whose assignment was disaster recovery in Volusia County, Fla., cited unexpected learnings. “You get … to understand how much their having a stable home is the foundation for everything else,” said Hannah G., one of the interns. “Everyone you work with has a bit of a new beginning and it begins with their house.” She added, “The dirt, mud and paint stains on your clothes … if you have to throw away your sneakers as I will have to … it’s worth it!” Click here to read the UCC News story.

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