You Have Earned a LEED Credential. Now What?

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Mon, 2011-09-05 09:06

You have earned a LEED credential. Now what? First, let us say congratulations to you! Go ahead and show off a little. Be sure to let potential customers and industry professionals know your qualifications by placing your new LEED professional title on your resume and business cards.

You can also order a copy of your LEED professional certificate directly from the Green Building Council Institute.

Don't forget that your LEED credentials need occasional maintenance and upkeep. Thankfully there are many simple and cost-effective options available to you. You can boost your career opportunities by working on a real LEED project in Everblue's LEED Project Experience course. You can also distinguish yourself with an advanced LEED credential like LEED Building Design and Construction (BD+C). If you want to do just the basics, Everblue provides that for you as well by offering streamlined credential maintenance packages. This is an effective way to ensure you remain in good standing after all that studying and hard work.

If you have any questions about what your next steps should be, please don't hesistate to call us at 800-460-2575.

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