Students who are interested in green building, sustainability, equity issues, and more can volunteer for the Built Green Conference at Cascadia College on September 14 for the opportunity to attend sessions and network with green building professionals.
The Built Green Conference has been occurring annually for a decade with the aim of providing valuable and cutting-edge information on green building and sustainability. The conference will cover a variety of topics related to green building, ranging from building science to policy, from post- occupancy research to discussions on equity, affordability, and community issues. This content will be covered throughout the day, which will include a keynote address, a variety of sessions to choose from, and lunch, all followed by an awards ceremony and reception.
Volunteers are needed to host session rooms, help set up and break down, assist with registration and more. By volunteering for the Conference, you will receive a complimentary ticket to the event, the opportunity to attend educational sessions, lunch, and the opportunity to network with other green building professionals. (Please note we will do our best to match volunteers with the duties and sessions they are most interested in, but this is not guaranteed. By volunteering, you are agreeing to complete the tasks you are assigned in return for free attendance.)
If you’d like to volunteer please contact Zoe Ludwig at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the conference, including event details, speakers, and educational sessions visit www.builtgreenconference.net.