NAHB Student Chapters

The NAHB Student Chapters program is dedicated to enriching the educational experience of students by offering them first-hand exposure to the real world of the building industry through NAHB membership, educational programming, and networking opportunities. Chapters are located at high schools, career technical schools, community colleges (two-year programs), and universities (four-year programs) across the country.

NAHB Student Chapters

  • About NAHB Student Chapters  (5 items)
    Find staff contacts, Advisory Board members, social networking links, logo, and Mission statement here.
  • Awards & Scholarship Programs  (4 items)
    Find information you need to participate in the awards and scholarship programs that NAHB Student Chapter offers.
  • Social Networks  (1 item)
    Connect with Student Chapters on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
  • For HBAs  (3 items)
    As the sponsor of a Student Chapter, the local association plays an important role in the educational and career development of students in construction.
  • Membership  (5 items)
    Find the steps to form a new chapter or renew a current chapter.
  • International Builders’ Show & Residential Construction Management Competition  (4 items)
    The International Builders' Show is the largest annual light construction show in the world and it features competitions and activities for student members.
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  • High School & Secondary Programs  (4 items)
    Find information on Student Chapters for high school and secondary programs, including member benefits, operations and resources.
  • Student Chapters Newsroom  (go to item)
    Find recent news, press, and how to submit a news release about your student chapter here.
  • Four-Year & Two-Year Programs  (3 items)
    Find information on Student Chapters for two-year, four-year and graduate programs, including member benefits, operations and resources.