The Summer National Conference has come and gone — the people of Habitat X have convened, created industry-changing guidance, and left to explore Montana.
Often portrayed as the think tank of the home performance industry, this event is one part conference, one part technical training, and one part industry summit. You can expect a potent mix of technical training, personal skill refinement, and industry brainstorming that will change the way you approach your work. Join us to super-charge your career.
Each year, we work diligently with industry stakeholders to develop the strongest program possible. We follow three distinct tracks with topics of relevance to anyone who works in the field of home performance, sustainable housing, or renewable energy. Unlike most professional conferences, we don’t just put out a call for presenters and take whoever shows up. We build the program from scratch each year to create the most fulfilling professional conference possible.
This is the place where movers and shakers of the home performance industry meet to expand their careers, improve their businesses, and move their industries. It’s the people involved who create the Habitat X magic. We solve problems. We develop solutions. We create the future.
Participants go home, and back to their jobs, with a renewed focus and and connection to their industry. This may sound like a big claim, but it’s the participants who say so, and you can read their testimonials here. Plus — the participants of each Summer National provide the guidance and content for the Habitat X Summer White Paper. When you join us, you become a contributor to this respected industry publication. This year’s White Paper will be released December 1, 2014.
Are you an up-and-coming home performance professional? Apply here for the 2015 Habitat X Fellowship, and the chance to receive a full-ride scholarship to the 2015 Summer National Conference and a year’s worth of focused engagement with the Habitat X network.
If you are certified through a professional organization, this 32-hour event may qualify for continuing education credits. After the event, we’ll provide a certificate of attendance that you can submit to your certifying organization. This event is pre-approved for 16 credits through the Building Performance Institute.