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Alphabetical Listing of Reference Documents by Title
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EPA Teaching Center
Abstract: This is EPA's teaching site. It is a portal to a plethora of teaching tools, publications, other links, awards, grants, conferences, students jobs and other related information.
Source: Environmental Protection Agency
Green Roofs Student Forum
Abstract: At this site, students involved with greenroof pursuits can chat, post projects and papers, and make contacts with other students, schools and companies - all free of charge. This is also the green roof industry portal, so students and teachers can access information, events, and other resources.
How to Build and Profit with Energy Efficiency in New Home Construction
Abstract: The EnergyValue Housing Award guide is a compilation of best practices of winners of the national EnergyValue Housing Award -- which recognizes builders who voluntarily incorporate energy and resource efficiency into new home design, construction, and marketing. This book is valuable to builders who are thinking about creating a market niche with energy efficiency. It includes information on the basics of energy efficient construction, tried-and-true ideas from successful builders, and a list of resources for those wishing to learn more.
Source: National Association of Home builders
National Renewable Energy Lab's Student Competitions
Abstract: NREL's Office of Education Programs seeks to develop a capable and diverse workforce for the Laboratory, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), and the nation through mentored research internships and fellowships for undergraduate and graduate students. Many opportunities are linked from this site.
Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Student Chapters - AGC
Abstract: Information on AGC student chapters, benefits, programs, and how to get started.
Source: Associated General Contractors of America
Student Chapters - CMAA
Abstract: Campus-based chapters offer students the opportunity to develop professional and technical perspectives associated with the CM services profession while pursuing their academic programs. Student participation in CMAA events, at the national or regional level, provides valuable networking opportunities for future employment, and the educational programs of the Association contribute to the early professional development of the prospective CM practitioner.
Source: Construction Management Association of America
Student Chapters - National Association of Home Builders
Abstract: Housed under the Residential Construction Academy and funded by National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), corporate partners, and student member dues, the NAHB Student Chapters program helps to enrich the educational experience of students enrolled in construction-related studies and training. Chapters are located at universities, community colleges, high schools and vocational/technical institutions across the country. This link tells you how to get started and the benefits you can expect.
Source: National Association of Home Builders
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