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Become a LEED Fellow in 2014

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Are you interested in becoming a LEED Fellow? Your time is now.

The U.S. Green Building Council call for nominations of qualified applicants is now open for the 2014 class of LEED Fellows.

What does it take to be a LEED Fellow

Nominees must have:

  • Ten years of professional green building experience
  • Held a LEED Professional credential for eight or more years
  • Can demonstrate your significant contributions to advancing the movement

Nominators must have:

  • A LEED AP with Specialty credential in good standing
  • Ten years of professional green building experience

Important Dates for 2014

  • March 4: Nomination period opens
  • March 21: Nomination period closes
  • March 28: Application period opens
  • April 25: Application period closes
  • October 23: LEED Fellows announced at Greenbuild

The call for nominations will be open until Friday, March 21. Submit a nomination

Meet the LEED Fellows.

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    Nicholas Firmand made 2 contributions in the last 6 months

Nicholas Firmand

Credentialing Program Specialist U.S. Green Building Council

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