Our AmeriCorps members spend a year serving as team leaders, trainers, supervisors and community ambassadors for DC Habitat. With their support, we’re able to train and engage more volunteers and help even more local families.Learn more about AmeriCorps
Clay is originally from Chatham County, North Carolina and graduated from Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland with a degree in history. His family has been in the construction industry for generations and he has a passion for community service. Clay plays soccer and ran cross country. In his free time he like to keep my hands busy with craft projects which most recently include making tiny paper lanterns.
Conner graduated high school in 2014, has served at three Habitat for Humanity affiliates, and is and originally from California. His goal is to become a full fledged carpenter, which Habitat for Humanity and Americorps has been great in facilitating with professional training. After his year of service with DC Habitat, he plans on joining a carpenter’s apprenticeship program.
Januelle (Jan) Jan is excited to serve a second year as the Volunteer Services Coordinator at Habitat for Humanity of Washington, D.C. She is originally from Boise, Idaho where she studied International Relations at Boise State University. Jan has learned new skills out on the build site and enjoys serving the city in a hands on manner. In her free time she most loves movies and traveling.
John has spent most of his life in Cornwall, CT but was born in Washington, DC. He is excited for his second AmeriCorps term in the capitol after having served in Class 25 of NCCC in the Southwest region. John is taking a break from getting a degree in mechanical engineering which he hopes to finish after this second year of service.