Upcoming Conferences for Builders’ Association Staff
Several upcoming conferences and seminars offer in-depth education, networking and workshops specifically designed for staff of local home builders associations. These include:
- The Executive Officers Conference and Seminar
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For new and tenured Executive Officers, the seminar offers leadership for every sized state and local association.
- The National Conference on Membership
The conference provides membership staff with strategic and practical ideas for retaining and attracting members.
- State and Local Government Affairs Conference
State and local home builders association staff who are interested in state and local legislative and regulatory issues will learn about hot housing issues during breakout sessions and through guest speakers and roundtable discussions.
For more information on these and other NAHB’s conferences and symposiums, visit www.nahb.org/education.
Learn More About The NAHB University of Housing
Whether you’re new to the industry, hope to make your next career move or want to improve your company’s bottom line, The NAHB University of Housing can assist you in your educational pursuits.
Visit www.nahb.org/education for a comprehensive listing of courses throughout the country. Be sure to visit often in order to view the most up-to-date information in your area.
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