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Affordable Housing and Mixed Income Community Management: Fundamentals of Property and Resident Services

 

Registration deadline: August 3rdlogo.png

32 CEUs

Judith Weber, MBA, CPM
Principal, VIVA Consulting
Brown School Adjunct Faculty

Learn about operations of a mixed-income housing community, with focus on the professional roles that social workers play in this field. The course includes:

  • Overview of history, trends, and future of affordable and mixed income housing field.
  • Management techniques of the day to day operations in a service-enriched affordable housing/mixed income housing property.
  • Professional roles of the property and resident services managers.
  • Case studies and best practices from across the country.

Class size is limited to 35.

This class will include both degree-seeking graduate students and practicing professionals.

$1,000

Note: This is the first in a sequence of three courses that comprise the certificate in Affordable Housing and Mixed Income Community Management offered by NeighborWorks America©.

  • REGISTER ONLINE (3 DAY)
    An option to take this class for 3 days, August 13th - 15th, for $750 requires completion of a test to receive credit towards the certificate.

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