High school students from Cluj meet international volunteers in Jucu

A group of students of the “Anghel Saligny” Technical College in Cluj-Napoca have today visited the Jucu site where the Fuller Center for Housing is building two homes for low-income, deserving families.

During a different type of school trip, students aged 14 to 16 had the opportunity to see how a construction site looks like and to meet the ten US & UK volunteers currently at work in Jucu, who today began their 2nd week of service.

The visit started with a safety briefing for visitors and equipping hard hats, after which Fuller Center staff accompanied the students, their teacher and a supervising parent to see homes already completed, as well as the house now being built.

Here, students had a chance to meet and greet Peter Sexton’s team of volunteers currently hard at work, and to speak to Peter about his 20+ international builds with the Fuller Center and older housing programs.

2 thoughts on “High school students from Cluj meet international volunteers in Jucu”

  1. Aceasta vizita a fost o experienta frumoasa in care elevii au putut identifica elemntele de rezistenta ale unei constructii, de a identifica materialele de constructii , de a vedea tehnolgii de executie si de a povesti cu arhitectii, inginerii si voluntarii din SUA.

  2. The volunteers were from the USA and UK. We were pleased to meet the students who intend to engage in construction careers.


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