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MLK Parade 2013
Build A House In Haiti
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Hurricane Isaac caused some significant flooding in Biloxi and surrounding communities. Fortunately, it only caused minor damage to CC International's volunteer facility in Biloxi. That's good news because we have tons of interest in our Gulf Coast RestorationEarly Childhood Education, and Hunger and Homelessness projects and over a dozen colleges and universities have already committed to sending volunteer teams.


We have lots of work to do (flooding caused by Hurricane Isaac added to the workload) and space available for additional volunteer teams. 


Come on down , We need the help!

biloxi camp
Our Facility
There is plenty of meeting space, wifi, a baseball field, basketball courts, volleyball, other recreational facilities and a fully equipped dining hall.  

We need your volunteer team in Biloxi this winter or spring 
Space is Limited.  To reserve your space,

(Biloxi is a great place for winter break because the Gulf Coast climate is great for outdoor projects in December and January.)

 San Miguel Escobar, Guatemala 

needs your volunteer team


In Guatemala, CC International has been completing projects in San Miguel Escobar near the historic city of Antigua  for the past four years. The community has suffered through flooding, mudslides, and the eruption of a volcano. Last year, volunteers from University of Wisconsin (pictured below) built a Tilapia pond that is now providing fish for families in the community. The year before that volunteers from University of South Dakota helped build a school. CC International is committed to the long term success of the community of San Miguel Escobar. 

Tilapia Farm Guatemala
CC International Volunteers help build a Tilapia Farm in Guatemala


Please consider organizing a team of volunteers to continue our efforts. Take it from Brian who took his team from the University of California to San Miguel in March 2010.


"This organization is so innovative and caring - inspiration is just an understatement on how we feel about them.  They've actually inspired us to work on an ongoing project to donate Spanish books to their schools right now.   Their impact on our views on the world, on community service and humanitarianism, is so great that we really think about their views and attitudes all the time whenever we volunteer.  The city that we worked in was so friendly and welcoming, it made us miss Guatemala so much."

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day 

Weekend of Service

January 18 - 21, 2013     

New Orleans, LA


Now is the time to plan to participate in 

CC International's MLK Weekend of Service in New Orleans.  Join volunteers from other colleges and universities, complete service projects, participate in the MLK Day parade, and enjoy all New Orleans has to offer on this special weekend. 


We will take care of:

  • 3 nights lodging
  • 3 meals a day
  • service projects
  • parade registration

All you have to do is get together with a few good friends and get on down to New Orleans.

Sign up now, space is limited. 

Build A House In Haiti!
CC International Needs Volunteers to take the challenge of going down to Haiti and building a house!  

CC International's goal is to serve and support your volunteer team so you can focus on serving the community. Let us know what you want accomplish during your winter or spring break and we can work together to make it happen. 


Visit our website to learn more about our domestic and international project opportunities.

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and we need volunteers! 
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