Will You Be @Greenbuild? Apply Today for a Scholarship to Attend This Year’s Conference | U.S. Green Building Council
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USGBC’s Greenbuild International Conference & Expo is an unparalleled event in the industry that brings together people and products that are driving the green building movement. Every year, the event serves as a culmination of what has happened in green building over the last year, and inspires us to think big about where the movement is going and how we can be a part of it.

At the Center for Green Schools, we see the future of this industry as a chance for everyone to learn and work in a healthy, energy-efficient school that saves money and energy, while supporting prosperous, healthy and sustainable communities. And to bring this vision to every community – regardless of its location or wealth – means we have to engage a diverse and inclusive network of people that can drive this movement.

As a defining event of the green building movement, Greenbuild is the ideal opportunity to engage and inspire new audiences. For this reason, the Center for Green Schools is providing all-expense paid trips to Greenbuild 2012 to a diverse group of people from around the world who represent or directly work with the next generation of green building leaders. We’ve seen the impact that one student, faculty, staff member or volunteer can have on promoting green building on campuses and in communities, and we know there are so many more individuals who have key roles to play in the movement to improve our schools and buildings.

We want to hear your voice @Greenbuild 2012 in San Francisco. Apply for a scholarship today!

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