MEXICO – Oswego County Habitat for Humanity is currently renovating both the interior and exterior of a home in the city of Oswego, and is receiving assistance from students at the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation.
Students in the Construction Technology program at CiTi are helping to remove siding, replacing flooring and install windows at 160 E. 12th St. in the city of Oswego.
Both the morning and afternoon classes have been working on the building one day per week in hopes of helping Oswego County Habitat for Humanity complete the renovations as soon as possible.
“I am beyond excited to have these students here helping,” said Debbie Anderson of Habitat for Humanity. “I think this is just a great marriage between two organizations.”
Construction Technology Instructor Craig Mahon said he is pleased with how his student’s work thus far on the house, and noted the experience as a great opportunity for his students to apply their classroom studies to a real-world situation.