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Interns Work With Habitat for Humanity

Students Complete Annual Service Project
By: Noel Salaices
July 17, 2017 - 10:39am

The NASCAR Diversity Interns participated in the program’s fourth, annual community service project as part of their internship experience Saturday. The interns both in Daytona Beach and Charlotte offices volunteered with their respective Habitat for Humanity ReStore centers. The teams had an impactful day preparing for the future home-building projects for locals. 

The interns embraced the importance of giving back and working as a team. Bria Dixon, the Weekly and Touring department intern in the Daytona Beach office commented on her involvement.

“This experience is very rewarding,” she said. “We are able to see our work and the donations of others influence the people in need. I highly encourage others to participate with Habitat for Humanity in the future.”

Serving the community is an integral part of the NASCAR Diversity Internship Program. Contributing both in and outside of the office makes this sports summer internship unlike many others. 

About Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that focuses on building affordable homes both national and internationally. An organization that serves communities around the globe, Habitat for Humanity makes it possible for people of all walks of life to live comfortably.

For more information on how to get involved with your local Habitat for Humanity chapter, visit www.habitat.org.