AHC’s Education and Leadership Center and Hamline University announce open enrollment for the:
Collaboration with Hamline University, class starts January 7, 2021
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.
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.
AHC’s goal is that a lack of financial resources should not prevent any student from pursuing this educational opportunity. We especially encourage student applicants from diverse communities not currently represented in leadership roles in our industry.
Thanks to the generous support from industry leaders, certificate students may apply for financial aid scholarships from AHC’s Education and Leadership Center.
Certificate registration at: www.hamline.edu/affordable-housing
For further information about financial aid and the application form, email ELC@ahcinc.net.
2020 Housing Conference Highlights:
Policy & Procedural Updates with Renee Dickinson, Compliance Manager MHFA and Jen Ahrens, AHC Program Manager.
-Share updates and insights for compliance during 2021
Legislative Insight with Shannon Guernsey; Executive Director, Minnesota NARHO & Todd Liljenquist; Vice President of Governmental Affairs, Minnesota Multi Housing Association
-With the 2020 presidential elections in the past, what’s to be expected from Congress and the Minnesota legislature in 2021? A look at legislative and regulatory possibilities for affordable housing.
Using the Average Income election for Section 42 properties with Jen Brewerton; Vice President of Compliance, Dominium
-"Lessons learned: What I would have done differently knowing then what I know now!”
Developing and Preserving Affordable Housing in the Post-COVID Era, Abdi Warsame, Executive Director and CEO, Minneapolis PHA and Cecile Bedor, Executive Vice President of Real Estate, CommonBond Communities
-COVID-19 has added more unknowns and complexities for household eligibility documentation, tenant relations, rent collections and cash flow, maintenance and asset management. How are these factors impacting internal operations, staffing, and plans for future development and preservation of existing projects?
Questions about Education?
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