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Become a USGBC Pro Reviewer & get free green building education

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Are you an active LEED AP or LEED Green Associate with strong general knowledge, or deep subject matter expertise, in LEED or green building?  

If so, we want you to become a Pro Reviewer!

As a Pro Reviewer you commit to reviewing courses on Education @USGBC for user experience and quality of content. In exchange you will receive a complimentary yearlong subscription to Education @USGBC. (Which means you'll be able to fulfill all your credential maintenance requirements for free.)

Here's the magic mix: 

Provide feedback directly to course creators and public reviewers

+ do this at least five times 

+ every year

Pro Reviewer

Sign up to further your knowledge, and be the first to view and evaluate new courses added to the Education @USGBC subscription.

Become a USGBC Pro Reviewer today.

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Project Manager, BNA Consulting
Looking forward to the opportunity to be a Pro Reviewer.
Lecturer - Faculty of Engineering, An-Najah National University
Hi Melanie, I am very interested to become a USGBC pro reviewer . Also I have MSc in water and environmental engineering. Thanks in advance. Adel juaidi
Architect/Project Manager, CSHQA
I signed up for this program (or something similar) several years ago, reviewed one course, submitted my review and never was contacted by USGBC. I think I wasted time...what's changed?
Project Manager, Education Platforms, U.S. Green Building Council
Hi Steve, I'm sorry about your previous experience! This is a new program, designed to ensure that courses hosted on Education @USGBC are top quality. Unlike previous programs, this program is not meant to review whether or not CE hours are associated with a course, but rather the quality of the course. All Pro Reviewers will have access to the Education @USGBC subscription throughout the year, and are encouraged to leverage this for all of their continuing education needs!
Architect, Sustainability Consultant, Multiple LEED Specialty Credentials., Architects Crang & Boake Inc.
I am a LEED AP with all specialties(BD+C, ID+C, EBOM, Homes & ND) and Architect as well, currently working in 3 LEED Project in Middle East. Am I qualified for the pro-reviewer program.?
Sustainability Coordinator, USF St. Petersburg
I am taking my LEED Green Associate exam on the 10th of June and work as the Sustainability Coordinator for the University of South Florida St. Petersburg working under Facilities Services. How long will you have this offer?
Project Manager, Education Platforms, U.S. Green Building Council
Hi Jennifer, Pro Reviewer applications will be accepted on a running/as needed basis. So I'd encourage you to apply after you've passed your Green Associate exam. Good luck! Thanks for your interest!
Architect - Project Manager, En3 Sustainability Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
iam interested to become a USGBC proreviewer and Iam a LEED GA,iam basically an architect and working with LEED consultancy firm in India,Can you guide me about the process to become an authorised USGBC proreviewer and the qualifications required for the same
Project Manager, Education Platforms, U.S. Green Building Council
Hi Manoranjani, Thanks for your interest! To qualify as a Pro Reviewer, you are required to have either a LEED Green Associate or LEED AP credential and have been practicing green building for at least 2 years. You will be required to review 5 courses each year. If you are interested in signing up, please fill out this form: http://www.usgbc.org/education/pro-reviewer Thanks!

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