Caleb Ratinetz may only be a senior in high school, but he's already a veteran home builder.
Ratinetz began volunteering for Habitat for Humanity a few years ago with his temple, building homes in the Newark area for the organization with his mom. He enjoyed it so much that he interned for the non profit's Newark offices over the summer.
"I really love architecture and building, and Habitat for Humanity has a fanastic way of dealing with building low income housing" the senior said as he rung out a wet rag at Saturday's car wash.
"I started the Habitat for Humanity Club at school last year and we only had 10 members. And they were all there because they were my friends" he laughed "Our first meeting this year we had 35 people."
Ratinetz, the club's president, was at Millburn High School Saturday along with fellow club members to raise money to go toward the organizations' "builds," as he called them. "Our last car wash we raised about $400. We're hoping to do that or better today."