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Gearing up for the Green Associate: hints, tips, and insider tricks

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Thinking about earning your LEED Green Associate this summer? Have questions about what it takes to pass, what you need to study or how the credential can help your career?

We’ve got answers.

Join @USGBC on Twitter this Tuesday, July 23 at noon EST. The conversation will be led by two students currently studying for their LEED Green Associates, and two professionals who have gone through the process and passed with flying colors.

Our panelists:

  • Stephanie Williams (@swilliams1188) a student at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. Stephanie is currently studying for her LEED Green Associate exam.
  • Caroline McNally, a student at Furman University and a USGBC policy and market research summer intern. Caroline is currently studying for her LEED Green Associate.
  • Afroz Algiers (@AfrozAlgiers), MS/PhD student at Stanford University, MAP fellow. Afroz passed her LEED Green Associate in 2011 and went on to earn her LEED AP BD+C.
  • Cindy Thompson (@ctt916) USGBC Community Advancement Specialist, LEED Green Associate.

Follow hashtag #LEEDGA to ask your toughest questions and gain valuable insider tips and tricks for passing your exam on the first try. See you online!
 

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Consultant Ethics Investigations, Consulting JLL for Ethics Investigations
I appeared for GA exams about a year ago but missed it by one mark. The pass percentage is very high. But it was a great learning process. Am definitely educated on the basic requirements for any LEED certified buildings.
I am interested in LEED green associate exam. Can I get the info now.?
Environmental consultant and Green Building counseller, A. Maane
May I read this chat now? I have just learned it was held.
Contractor, Energime Sustainable Technologies

cool

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