STL Community LAB: Learn. Act. Build.
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Event date: Sept. 22, 2021 - Nov. 10, 2021
This on-demand online certificate offers you a comprehensive introduction to the field of commercial real estate. The certificate includes five modules with 30 hours of content: the Overview, Finance and Investment, Multifamily and Office, the Pro ...
Event date: Sept. 23, 2021 - Jan. 13, 2022
This course introduces a framework for affordable housing as both a social good and an ESG investment strategy. It outlines the distinctions between affordable housing and conventional apartment development and describes market and policy factors ...
Event date: Sept. 23, 2021
Event time: | 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
The term "community building" is used in a variety of ways and situations. In this course we focus on its most fundamental aspect: developing the solidarity among neighbors that builds community and provides the foundation for sustainable civic ...
NeighborWorks America provides self-paced trainings in the areas of housing, community engagement, non-profit management, among other topics of community building.
Deliver better projects: Learn to work with community and stakeholders to reduce the angst and achieve results.
Selecting and acquiring land for development is highly specialized due to the challenges presented by each site. In this course, learn about ground-up development and how to identify and acquire the best possible site for a development.
Black Entrepreneurship in St. Louis: Building Healthy Families and Communities - Open Classroom presentation from Washington University in St. Louis Brown School.
This webinar will explore initiatives for building citizen participation in influencing community outcomes.
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