Various workshops, training opportunities and education events relating to affordable housing are held throughout the country. Register early for events throughout the year ahead. All times listed below are Eastern Standard Time (EST) unless indicated otherwise.
2014 Dates Events Locations
|Illinois Supportive Housing Academy
CSH presents an intensive training on creating new supportive housing projects by encompassing financing, development partnerships, policy, and service design. The Academy condenses the key components of the national and newly updated CSH Dimensions of Quality Supportive Housing Institute into five days of training. Academy participants will also be offered follow-up technical assistance. - See more at: http://www.csh.org/events-calendar/illinois-supportive-housing-academy/#sthash.dcjkiq4c.dpuf
University Center Conference Chicago
525 S. State Street
Affordable Housing Tax Credit Conference
Several recent developments, including new accounting guidance and revised Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Questions and Answers, have the potential to increase low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) investment. Learn more about these developments, and what they mean for LIHTC investment by joining the conference, which will gather hundreds of key players from across the nation, is designed to educate developers and investors on how to best create much needed affordable rental housing. More...
214 Royal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130-2201
|Certificate in Community Real Estate Development
This three-module program is designed to give participants the tools to carry out successful, affordable housing and community development initiatives. It supports the work of non-profit community-based and public agencies involved in or responsible for the delivery of community and economic development related services. More...
Tampa Housing Authority
5301 W. Cypress Street
Applications Due May 8th
|2014 Health Center and Public Housing National Symposium
The National Center for Health in Public Housing and Community Health Partners for Sustainability are partnering to host “Engaging Residents of Underserved Communities: From Outreach to Quality Care.” This two and a half day training event will include a trend analysis, HRSA health center program requirements for grantees, best practices and consultation with industry experts. The Keynote speaker will be Jackie Bowens, CEO, DC Primary Care Association.
The Westin Alexandria, 400 Courthouse Square,
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