FGBC Scholarship Cycle for 2018

The Florida Green Building Coalition is currently revamping our scholarship program.  As a result, we will not be awarding any scholarships during the 2018 semesters.  Please check back in 2019 for information on our scholarship program.

Florida Green Building Coalition Announces First Scholarship Winner

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC), the leading certifier of green construction projects and a cornerstone of sustainability efforts in Florida, has announced that Ashantae Green is the recipient of the inaugural FGBC Scholarship for post-secondary education.

Green is a student at Florida State College at Jacksonville. In addition to her own studies, Green has mentored local high school students through the Architecture, Construction & Engineering (ACE) Mentoring program for seven years. She is the founder of Sickle Cell & Sustainability, a community group created to raise awareness and sponsor events on the topics of Sickle Cell disease and living a healthy, sustainable lifestyle. The group was formed to honor her 2-year-old son who has Sickle Cell disease.

Green will be recognized during the annual GreenTrends Conference Oct. 20-21, 2016 in Hollywood, Fla. She also will receive a complimentary one-year FGBC membership allowing her to take part in all FGBC activities, including serving on committees, participating in the leadership elections, and contributing to the certification standards development process. [More]


The way in which buildings are constructed has a huge effect on our health, quality of life and natural resources. In addition, the environmental impacts of buildings is significant to energy use, water use, and carbon dioxide emissions. Through the use of sustainable development practices and green building processes, we can greatly reduce the negative impact of the built environment on our natural resources and to building occupants.

The Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC) offers student scholarships specifically to advance careers across a diverse range of green building and related sustainability areas. Individual scholarships will be awarded for up to $1,000 to assist with tuition, educational fees, and other school related expenses.  The amount and number of scholarships awarded may vary each year as determined by the FGBC Board of Directors.

Applicant Qualifications
Scholarships will be available to students entering or continuing in a higher education degree program who are pursuing a career in sustainability.

To qualify applicant must be:

How to Apply
To apply for an FGBC scholarship, please submit the official FGBC Scholarship Application along with any letters of recommendation available. Applications may not be mailed or faxed. Only electronic submissions will be accepted. Download the Application

Each applicant submittal must include:

To be eligible for consideration, applications must be received by FGBC no later than March 31 of each year.

Recipient Awards 
Scholarship recipients will be invited to attend the FGBC annual GreenTrends Conference to receive the awards and be acknowledged by industry professionals. Each award recipient will also receive a complimentary FGBC membership for one year.

For more information, please contact FGBC by email at or telephone 850-894-3422.