AGC Georgia members and staff proudly support students seeking a construction management degree at the following institutions:
Nearly 200 AGC Student Chapters exist nationwide at accredited two-and four-year schools offering programs in construction management, construction tech, and construction-related engineering. Membership in an AGC Student Chapter provides college students with an opportunity to learn, observe and develop their skills with current leaders in the commercial construction industry. These student chapters are supported in a variety of ways at both the local and national AGC level. Sponsor an event or chapter t-shirts, or provide funds for traveling to an AGC conference event
Donate safety and PPE items such as hard hats, vests, or goggles
Attend on-campus meetings and present information about your company projects
Provide job walks of current or recent projects
Include student chapter members in community volunteer opportunities
In addition to AGC student chapters engaging in numerous on-campus activities on their own, AGC Georgia will often host field trips to construction projects and conduct site tours, sponsor seminars related to construction, provide dinner for student meetings, and deliver programs by young professionals offering “real-world” advice about working in the industry.
More information about Student Chapters, typical activities they engage in on campus and with local AGC Chapters, student member benefits, steps on how to start a student chapter, a list of AGC student chapters across the U.S., and an AGC Student Chapter Officer’s Guide are available on AGC of America’s website at www.agc.org.
AGC Georgia members interested in becoming more involved and volunteering your time with one or more of the four AGC student chapters are encouraged to contact Mike Dunham at email@example.com or 678.298.4120.
Student Chapter Member Benefit Information
Get your company involved
Here are a few examples of how you or your company can support your local AGC Student Chapter: