The USGBC is working in partnership with students, faculty and administrators to strengthen campus sustainability efforts. There are student groups in South Florida at the universities and colleges noted below. Click on the links to take you to the campus contact.
To learn more about the Center For Green Schools Higher Education, click here
. To discuss setting up a USGBC Student Group on your campus, email David Truong
- Everglades University
- Florida Atlantic University / Broward College (Ft. Lauderdale)
- Florida International University
- Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico
- University of Miami
The South Florida Chapter's Emerging Professionals Committee is a coalition of student and young professionals dedicated to becoming and recruiting the future leaders of the green building movement. Like other EP Committees around the country, the Chapter’s EP program offers young people the opportunity to get involved in green building here in our South Florida region, gain access to USGBC resources, participate in local events, and network with others making a real difference here in our South Florida community. To learn more about the Chapter's EP program, contact its Chair, David "Chi Chi" Truong
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Upcoming EP & Student Activities
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The USGBC South Florida Chapter's David Truong has been named a National Chair to assist USGBC in its charge to advance campus sustainability and green-building goals through student engagement. Primary responsibilities of this volunteer position include the recruitment, training and facilitation of the activities of USGBC Students, Regional Chairs and new student groups. USGBC Students recruit, connect and equip the next generation of green-building leaders by empowering them to transform their campuses, communities and careers. To learn more, contact David.