Are you new to the industry, under 45 or just looking for the next step in your career? Whether you have recently graduated or you are changing professions, NAHB offers benefits that can help you take the next step. Explore some of these benefits below and sign up/follow us on social media to stay connected throughout the year.
NAHB serves the entire home building, development and remodeling industry. To become a member of NAHB, you must join the local home builders association (HBA) serving your area.
About one-third of NAHB’s members are home builders, multifamily developers, and/or remodelers, while the remaining two-thirds work in closely related fields such as mortgage financing and building products.
NAHB offers dozens of in-person and online educational courses and seminars — both live and on-demand — specially tailored for building professionals. All young building professionals should explore NAHB Education.
Emerging Professional Membership
Emerging professional membership allows NAHB student members in affiliated student chapters at post-secondary, associate, and secondary programs to remain NAHB members at a reduced rate for three years after graduation. In addition, it allows graduates from any Home Builders Institute (HBI) program, and graduates from American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) accredited programs, to become a member at a reduced rate for three years after graduation.
NAHB offers dozens of in-person and online educational courses and seminars of interest to young professionals.
The NAHB Young Professionals Facebook Group encourages members under 45 to network and get involved in the Federation.
Join Us on LinkedIn
Network through the NAHB Young Professionals LinkedIn Group with focus on advocacy, mentoring and leadership training.