Rebuilding New Orleans

Location: United States: New Orleans

Program Duration: 1-2 Weeks

Dates: 2017,2018,2019,2020

Rustic Pathways

34900 Chardon Road Building 1 Suite #205 Willoughby Hills, Ohio 44094 United States

Call Us

Phone: (800) 321-4353

Fax: 1 + (440) 578-4200


While progress has been made in the years since the levees breached during Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans still has a long way to go to fully recover from the storm. Be part of the recovery process as you help rebuild homes and assist the city and surrounding parishes to become greener through grassroots initiatives. When not working on service projects, there will be time to enjoy the charm of this amazing city. This program is for students who are interested in learning about New Orleans’ recovery while experiencing the local culture and flavor of the area.


REBUILD New Orleans' damaged structures and displaced communities through hands-on service work.

SHAPE the future of the city's historic neighborhoods by helping to preserve their rich cultural heritage.

IMMERSE yourself in a distinct culture as you explore regional cuisine, music, traditions, and wildlife.

SPOT alligators in the bayou, check out a Creole sugar plantation, and eat fresh crawfish on the banks of the Mississippi.

SHOW New Orleanians that they have not been forgotten.


Students must be 15 years old and up to participate on the program. Additionally, participants must submit an application through the Rustic Pathways website and complete the appropriate documents before traveling on the program.

Type of Programs
  • Community Service & Volunteering
  • Experiential Learning

Cost in US$:

Contact Provider for Cost Details

Cost Includes:

Cost Include Description:

The above cost includes all ground transportation in-country, 3 meals a day, housing, staff through the duration of the program, all supplies for the volunteer projects and all excursions on the program itinerary not listed as optional.

Credit Available


Volunteer Types
  • Building & Construction Projects
  • Disaster Relief
  • Conservation
This Program is open to

Worldwide, American Participant.

Participants Travel to United States

in Groups

Application Process Involves
  • Online Application
Typically The Application Process Time is
1-2 business days
Year Founded