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
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Find more information here on the competition that gives students the opportunity to apply skills learned in the classroom to a real construction project by completing a management proposal.
12/11/2014
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The NAHB Student Chapters Advisory Board is made up of dedicated volunteers who oversee the student chapters program and determine various activities and benefits. Find more information here.
12/8/2014
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NAHB Student Chapters show support for these organizations.
11/25/2014
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Due to popular demand, the NAHB Student Chapters Résumé Binder is back! As an NAHB Student Chapter member, you have an opportunity to share your résumé with top national recruiters in the residential construction industry. Student résumés …
11/17/2014
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Who Is your company looking for fresh talent – the best-of-the-best from across the country? The NAHB Student Chapters Career Fair is an opportunity to connect with hundreds of students working towards a career in the construction management field! Participating schools may be found …
11/12/2014
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This is a detailed description for students and faculty on how to register your membership Personal Identification Number.
10/20/2014
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Four-Year Programs: up to SIX team members Two-Year Programs: up to FIVE team members Secondary Programs: up to FIVE team members  
10/15/2014
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Submit an application for NAHB Student Chapter of the Month on this page.
9/26/2014
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MissionThe 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. VisionTo be recognized and …
9/2/2014
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These are helpful materials for you to use for promoting and explaining the NAHB Student Chapters program.
8/27/2014
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Sponsoring an NAHB student chapter is a great way for a local HBA to get the next generation of home builders involved in the industry and in NAHB.
8/25/2014
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Students connecting to NAHB for valuable resources regarding the home building industry. Latest industry trends, economic outlook, valuable education, research and white papers to connect back to classroom learning. Students connecting to their local association of home builders and the National …
8/22/2014
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Connections Students connecting to NAHB for valuable resources regarding the home building industry: Latest industry trends, economic outlook, valuable education, research and white papers to reinforce classroom learning. Students connecting to their local association of home builders and …
8/22/2014
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Download this roster and fill it in with your students' information.
8/21/2014
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Use this roster for your high school student chapter members and the faculty, too.
8/21/2014
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This is an up-to-date list of active NAHB Student Chapters in high schools and colleges throughout the country.
8/18/2014
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NAHB now provides marketing materials to help students and faculty recruit new members and enhance their chapter's presence on campus!
8/18/2014
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IBS Travel Scholarship Program Support Outstanding Educator Award<
7/30/2014
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An NAHB Student Chapter can be founded by a student, faculty member or HBA. To form one, you must do the following: Step One Enlist a faculty advisor and recruit a group of interested students from the host school/college. There is no minimum or maximum requirement for the number of student …
7/21/2014
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The Herdina Academy for the Construction Trades offers high school students in the Fargo-Moorhead area the unique opportunity to get a jump on their futures and explore a career path with a future working in construction-based skilled trades.
7/14/2014
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