NAHB Student Chapters members from the Mississippi Job Corps Center and Hinds Community College also attended the event, along with students and faculty from HBIís Job Corps classes at the Gulfport Job Corps Center and Project CRAFT training program in Jackson.
On Oct. 27, members of the NAHB Student Chapter at Arizona State University's Del E. Webb School of Construction heard a keynote address from Bill Pulte, founder and CEO of Pulte Homes, at the 17th Annual Construction Recognition Banquet. Students from local high schools and community colleges attended the event, which kicked off the schoolsí recruitment efforts, and many were presented with grants toward their tuition if they attend the school.
Managed by the Home Builders Institute, the NAHB Student Chapters program works to enrich the educational experiencse of students enrolled in construction-related studies and training. More than 3,000 student members at 151 high schools, technical schools, colleges, universities and, most recently, Job Corps centers, enjoy the benefits of membership in NAHB through participation in competitions, professional networks, conferences and industry exhibits.
For information the NAHB Student Chapters program, e-mail Page Browning at HBI, or call her at 800-795-7955 x8918.
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