A division of Valeo Groupe Americas, EPOCH Clemson, was very proud to represent the Valeo Groupe mantra last month by taking part in a Clemson University tradition. Valeo Groupe Student focuses on creating cohesive student communities that offer more than just a place to live, but also a space for residents to grow, be active, find purpose and learn. Our Valeo Groupe mantra is “Work Hard. Have Fun. Help Others.”
Every year, on homecoming week, Clemson University joins forces with Pickens County Habitat for Humanity to build a home for a deserving local family. According to the University, students, organizations and community members donate more than 1,800 man hours to get the project done. In just under ten days, the frame of the house is built on campus. Then moved to the actual site to be finished. It’s a fantastic tradition for the Clemson to band together, roll up their sleeves and help a family in need. This year, the new home was for the Tolberts.
Read more about this great opportunity our EPOCH Clemson tribe took part in here.