Meet Summer Internship Program Volunteer Trevor!

“The idea that my work indirectly contributed to a greater process that allows people to build and purchase homes for themselves was very attractive.”

Trevor is a hardworking Summer Internship Program volunteer and a student at Cherokee Trail High School. Trevor discovered a love for volunteering International Baccalaureate program, and has completed more than 100 volunteer hours at the Habitat Denver ReStore. “I choose to volunteer at the Denver ReStore because of its honest and ethical values. The organization­- from orientation to work- was very concrete.” shares Trevor.

“Habitat will teach you customer experience, how to use different equipment, and how to manage yourself between the chaotic rush hours and the down times.” Trevor continues, “You will develop lots of subtle soft skills that will make you a better person.”

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver’s Summer Internship Program engages students and young adults in the community through volunteering. It’s a great way to gain valuable work experience and make a difference in the community.

If you are a high school student 16 or older looking for a meaningful way to spend your time this summer, have service hours to complete for graduation, or enjoy being engaged in your community, join our program today!

Program Overview:

Habitat Denver’s Summer Internship runs Monday, June 10 – Friday, August 9 in our Denver, Wheat Ridge and Littleton ReStores. Summer is the busiest time of year in the ReStores and program participants play a critical role in our success. Students will help ReStore staff unload donations on the dock, keep the floor organized, and assist customers with sales.

Program Requirements:

*There is flexibility so you can still take any planned vacations!

An optional appreciation lunch and celebration will be held on Friday, August 9th, for all participants.

If you have any questions, contact

100% of ReStore profits support Habitat’s programs that build, repair and renovate homes for nearly 200 local families each year. With your help, we can provide strength, stability and self-reliance through affordable homeownership in metro Denver.