Winona Post: Students help build new Habitat HQ
Nathaniel Nelson, 11/5/18
On a chilly fall afternoon, clad in a hardhat, Ben Provost holds a laser level above the ground on the site of Habitat for Humanity's new home to check for irregularities before the new cement flooring is paved. But Provost isn't a normal construction worker. He is one of 19 students in Minnesota State College Southeast's (MSCS) new construction technology program, which has partnered with Habitat to help build its new space while giving students the chance to have on-site experience with what they learn in the classroom.
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