Habitat for Humanity’s Collegiate Challenge

One week can change a life forever!

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About the Trip

A Collegiate Challenge trip may just be the best school break you ever have! Spend your days building with Habitat for Humanity and spend your evenings exploring somewhere else in the U.S.

Home is where the heart is, and this is your opportunity to provide that for people in need. You will have a chance to build a home, connect with other Girl Scouts, and make a difference. Collegiate Challenge is a program that allows groups of 5 or more the opportunity to travel somewhere in the U.S and build with a local Habitat for Humanity affiliate for one week.

Where You Go


What to Know

Open to Girl Scouts of all skill levels Able to work as a team Sincere interest in building a home An adult to girl ratio of 1:5 is required.

The Dates

April 7, 2013–August 31, 2013; $45–$175 Costs vary by location. Must be 16–18 years old at the time of the event.

What to Bring

You will receive a packet of materials once your trip is confirmed.

The Cost

You are responsible for your travel costs to and from the location and during the trip. You will need spending money for your food.

Contact Information

Jennifer Skudlarek
Phone: 800-422-4828, ext 2215