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The people I've met through AGC have helped me both personally and professionally. Every contractor needs those resources and those relationships. If you want to be successful, well then, you need AGC.

Phyllis Harden

Legislative & Special Projects, Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel
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Student Chapter Member Benefits

AGC student chapters are very involved on campus, in the community and industry. In addition, AGC Chapters may provide a host of collaborative activities designed to enhance the student's learning experience.

  • Opportunities to meet and work with AGC member contractors (potential future employers);
  • Closer contact with construction faculty;
  • Access to staff from the sponsoring AGC Chapter(s);
  • Opportunities to tour local construction projects;
  • Notice of all scholarships sponsored by the AGC Education & Research Foundation;
  • Networking opportunities with other students of similar interest and career goals;
  • Special registration fees for the AGC Annual Convention;
  • A special AGC student chapter meeting AGC's Annual Convention;
  • Ability to participate in the AGC Construction Leadership’s LinkedIn group; and
  • An opportunity to impact the community and gain recognition for those efforts through the AGC Outstanding Student Chapter Contest.

Typical Student Chapter Activities

On Campus:

  • Representation on campus committees and councils
  • Campus service projects
  • Conducting career day fairs
  • Participation in intramural sports
  • Campus construction projects

With Local Chapters:

  • Chapter meetings with special presentations and guest speakers
  • Field trips to construction projects and site tours
  • Sponsoring seminars related to construction
  • Participation in AGC chapter activities
  • Organization of student employment program
  • Social and networking activities
  • Attendance at AGC's Annual Convention

In the Community:

  • Community service projects - design and execution
  • Work for local charitable organizations
  • Recreation and park projects
  • Environmental clean-up programs
  • Children's projects such as playgrounds and day care centers
  • Historical property repairs and clean-up
  • Blood drive sponsor
  • Teaching classes for junior achievement
  • Habitat For Humanity

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