AHC’s Education and Leadership Center and Hamline University announce open enrollment for the:
Leadership in Affordable Housing
The Certificate program will examine the roots of the nation’s affordable housing crisis and seek to prepare the next generation of diverse community leaders to address this ongoing problem in two courses to be offered in 2021.
Course 1: The Affordable Housing Crisis. This course will examine impacts of government policies on equity and affordability in the housing market and will explore the successes and limitations of policies that have not fully addressed the housing crisis.
Course 2: Leadership in Affordable Housing Policy. This course will guide students in policymaking across multiple entities in government, industry, and the nonprofit sector through interactive case studies and the creation of original affordable housing policies.
The Certificate courses have been accredited through the Minnesota Office of Higher Education for a total of 8 credits applied as electives to any eligible Hamline Graduate School program.
For enrollment and financial aid information, visit our EDUCATION Tab HERE
AHC is growing and hiring. We are a mission-focused, client-centered nonprofit organization looking for a person to fill a Compliance Coordinator position. If you're interested in this position please apply here.
Facilitating Leadership for the Affordable Housing Industry.
Lyn as Fellow of the American Academy of Housing and Communities.
Visit the Community Trailblazer website to hear Lyn discuss her historical experiences in housing and plan to "pay it forward" by partnering with Hamline University Graduate School of Business to design and teach leadership in out industry.
COVID-19 & Dealing With Staff Anxiety First!
Lyn Burton, speaks on COVID-19 and Dealing With "Staff Anxiety First." Please click here for further information and access to the Women's Radio Network.
For information about COVID, please see COVID-19 resource links and/or AHC Newsletters.
02-26-2020: Utility Allowance Method Change Request
In conjunction with Suballocators and Minnesota Housing, AHC has established a protocol for reviewing Owner requests to change the utility allowance methodology from the utility allowance published by the local PHA to other methods allowed by program regulations.
Please see the UA Method Change Request Process (below) for instructions on how to submit the request as well as the documents required for submission.
Due to the additional staff time required to process these requests, a separate fee will be charged to Owners for the reviews.
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