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Why should you volunteer with USGBC at Greenbuild ?
Greenbuild couldn't be as successful as it is without the efforts of the USGBC Volunteers who give their time and energy toward organizing and staffing the event. Registration for students who wish to volunteerGreenbuild 2017 will open in summer 2017.
USGBC Volunteers must be a minimum of 18 years of age and full time student OR a young professional to qualify.
In exchange for volunteering
Volunteers will receive free admission to the conference, which will provide exciting educational opportunities on the latest in the green building movement, and amazing networking opportunities for students and professionals. This includes access to the opening keynote, exhibit hall, education sessions, conference bag, credentials and the show program.
- USGBC Volunteers must be a minimum of 18 years of age and full time student OR a young professional age 25 and under. When you check into the volunteer room, a fall 2017 schedule or a photo ID will be necessary depending on which qualification the volunteer is participating under. Full time student is 12 credits undergraduate, and nine credit graduate.
- You must volunteer a minimum of eight hours
Not included in registration
Some events at Greenbuild are not included in full conference registration and are not included in the USGBC volunteer package. This includes:
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- Housing in the host city
- Tuesday workshops & summits
- Green building tours (unless you are volunteering for a tour)
- Greenbuild merchandise
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The USGBC Volunteer Program is administered, managed and implemented by USGBC. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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