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Andi ’25 shared that the Habitat for Humanity club has helped her grow, in and out of the classroom. ”A skill that Habitat for Humanity has given me in the classroom setting at Milton is giving me practice with speaking up and sharing my opinion … and that is something that’s required in a Milton class.”