Chicago Rehab Network: Community Empowerment Workshop Series 2019
Practical Tools and Real-World Knowledge
CRN's 2019 series of award-winning community development workshops
- Community Building April 25-26, 2019
- Finance Skills for Real Estate May 9-10, 2019
- Proforma Development June 20-21, 2019
- Sources of Development Financing July 18-19, 2019
- Single Family Housing Development September 19-20, 2019
- Multifamily Housing Development October 17-18, 2019
- Project and Construction Management November 7-8, 2019
- Property and Asset Management December 5-6, 2019
Learn to be a leader in improving the quality of life in your community. CRN's Community Empowerment Workshop Series uses practical tools and real-world knowledge of practitioners to teach you how to effect positive change in communities through housing development. Offered annually, the training series is designed for staff and board members of community-based affordable housing development organizations, government employees, community bankers, small neighborhood developers, and elected officials and their staff.
Graduates of the series receive a certificate of completion that is well-known and respected by community development and affordable housing practitioners and advocates.
One two-day workshop is held every month, April-July and September-December, 8:30 am–4:30 pm at CRN's training facility, 140 S. Dearborn, Suite 1420 (unless otherwise noted).
Register for the full series or individual workshops.
Full series (eight workshops)
$1,400 nonprofit / $1,800 for-profit
$200 nonprofit / $250 for-profit
Workshop enrollment is limited and CRN reserves the right to prioritize slots for nonprofit organizations. If you have difficulty with online registration, please call 312-663-3936 or email Rachel Johnston: email@example.com
About the 2019 Workshops
Property taxes, high housing cost burden, gentrification, vacancy, abandonment, homelessness—all are issues community developers work to overcome. Using a value-based approach to learning development fundamentals, you can learn to be a leader in improving the quality of life in your community for renters and owners through housing. You'll learn technical development skills, discuss strategies for community empowerment and reinvestment, and share your experiences with others in the field.