HBI and NHE team up to provide grants totaling over $200,000 to support Schools to Skills Program. City of Houston awards HBI $1.2M Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to support economic recovery associated with Hurricane Harvey. HBI’s Job Corps Advanced Training Program expands with four new program locations in Kentucky,…
HBI hosts first annual Industry Workforce Roundtable. HBI receives Washingtonian Magazine’s “50 Great Places to Work” Award. HBI Receives grant from the National Housing Endowment (NHE) to support new Schools to Skills Program. HBI’s Job Corps Program Launches first Advanced Training Program in Florida.
HBI announces new President & CEO Ed Brady. Home Depot Foundation makes substantial donation to support skilled trades training for separating military members. U.S. Department of Labor awards HBI a new five-year national Job Corps Program contract.
HBI Celebrates 50th Anniversary. HBI launches a pilot trades training program for separating military members at Fort Stewart and Fort Bragg. HBI receives $1.1M to support construction training to rebuild Texas and Florida after hurricanes and flooding cause severe state-wide damages.
PACT licensing expands via partnership with YouthBuild USA. American Institute for Research conducts independent third-party evaluation of HBI, showing positive outcomes in juvenile offender employment and reduced recidivism.
HBI develops PACTWORKS curriculum. HBI establishes official CORE values – Excellence Integrity, Safety & Service
HBI receives a grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation to offer its PACT curriculum to soon-to-transition active duty military serving at the U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Stewart.
HBI partners with the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity to offer returning Florida veterans with free training, certification and job placement in the state’s home building, remodeling and light commercial construction sectors. HBI PACT for Veterans programs begin in Jacksonville, Tampa and Miami. HBI introduces “Building Careers” as its tagline,…
HBI inaugurates an industry-sponsored mentoring program for youth ages 13-18 with promise and untapped abilities with HBI Mentoring, funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice. The program will match youth with mentors recruited from home builders associations, NAHB Student Chapters, other business organizations and local communities.
HBI aligns all of its training and resources to the new National Green Building Standard™, the green building rating system for all residential construction.