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Education and training opportunities give affordable housing and community development professionals nationwide an unparalleled chance to build on their skills and experience and engage more effectively in community transformation. All times listed below are Eastern Standard Time (EST) unless indicated otherwise.
2014 Dates Events Locations
|Coordinated Assessment: Drilling Down
This webcast will open with a general discussion about coordinated assessment before audience members self-select into different breakout sessions to discuss one of three other topics: design, implementation, and evaluation. Each session will feature additional presentation as well as additional opportunities to interact with presenters around the attendee's topic of choice.
August 21 -
|Housing Credit Training for Nonprofits
Four courses designed for nonprofit developers that want to enter the business of developing affordable rental housing using Low Income Housing Tax Credits. Sponsored by CAHEC and NEF and presented by the Florida Housing Coalition. More...
|Housing First and Supportive Housing
This webcast will provide national context and outline the benefits and seven key components of housing first. Accompanying case studies and audience engagement activities help turn concepts into skills practitioners can apply immediately at their agency.
|City of Coral Springs is facilitating a Neighborhood Stabilization Program-3 (NSP3) Workshop
The City of Coral Springs issued a public notice that the City has funds available to assist three low-income applicants for its Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 (NSP3) through the Community Development Block Grant received from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). More...
|Northwest Regional Library|
3151 University Drive
Coral Springs, FL
|Community Land Trust (CLT) Pre-Purchase Workshop
Sponsored by South Florida CLT Network and facilitated by Marcia Barry-Smith, President & CEO of MBS Consult Services, Inc.
|Davie Police Department|
1230 S. Nob Hill Road
|Fair Housing Education for Real Estate Professionals
The meeting is intended to provide Real Estate Professionals with information concerning Fair Housing requirements. For more information Mr. Robert Hebert (941) 833-6504 or Robert.Hebert@CharlotteFL.com
Charlotte County Administration Building, 18500 Murdock Circle, Room 119
Port Charlotte, FL
*HUD: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
**MHA: Making Home Affordable
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