Programs Assist with Habitat House
Ogeechee Technical College

Students in the Commercial Construction Management and Electrical Systems Technology programs at Ogeechee Technical College, under the direction of program faculty, Charlie Collins, Loren Cranford and Norm Threatt recently volunteered during the construction of two Habitat for Humanity Houses in Bulloch County.  Students in Collins’ Commercial Construction Management program are seen above installing cabinets. Students in Cranford’s and Threatt’s classes wired the homes. Ogeechee Technical College’s Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Charlene Lamar, said, “Volunteering for such a great organization like Habitat, gives our students an opportunity to give back to the citizens of the community. While the students get to see the immediate fruits of their labor, the long-term effects on the families that will live in these homes are immeasurable.”  Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, durable place to live in dignity and safety.


Contact Information

Barry Turner
Vice President for College Advancement
Phone: 912.681.5500 | Email:

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