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    The North Forsyth Structural Systems Class visits and volunteers at Habitat for Humanity each semester. Students examine newly built houses and observe several design concepts that we previously study in class. Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Director, Sherry Flynn guides the students through the houses and discuss several new construction industry processes, trends and materials. It is indeed an excellent learning experience. Students ages 16 or older volunteer during this field trip and gain immeasurable construction industry knowledge. They are afforded an opportunity to gain hands-on experience under the direction of the Habitat for Humanity Superintendent and/or General Contactor. The Structural Systems class is grateful to Mr. Burleson for allowing us to broaden our knowledgebase in these areas of technology. To view photos our volunteer experience please follow this link: Habitat Humanity Volunteer Experience