Join one of our regions and experience the heart of our grassroots efforts to transform the built environment. USGBC regions promote our global mission at the community level.
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More than 22,000 have joined USGBC nationwide.
Our local network promotes sustainable building, advocates for green building policies and builds networks of allies where it matters most — in the local community.
As a local member, you can:
- Connect with green building peers within your community
- Strengthen your leadership and management skills
- Access USGBC education and training resources
- Make an immediate and measurable difference in your community, while contributing to the larger green building movement
Every region tells a story about our mission
The diversity of local members, the depth of their passion and the creativity of their innovation drive the success of the green building industry. The stories of their successes and strategies can inspire your next great idea.
Emerging Professionals enhance their communities
USGBC's Emerging Professionals program provides unique opportunities for millennials to lead, take action, and share life together.
Lead or participate in a local green building experiences or events.
Gain access to USGBC’s green building education, LEED project experience and LEED exam support.
Cultivate a local and global community of action orientented peers, via gatherings and events.
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Transform your campus with USGBC Students
Representing students from all disciplines, student groups are a way for hundreds of young leaders to come together and participate in hands-on green building experiences on their own campuses. We help students integrate sustainability themes into their coursework and advocate for sustainable university practices and policies.
USGBC students receive:
- Discounts on local membership and admission to events including Greenbuild
- Complimentary or discounted access to many LEED education materials
- Access to a network of local professionals, and opportunities to engage in national programs and events, such as Campus Conservation Nationals.