NeighborWorks Training Institute in Atlanta Features Youth Symposium and Array of Community Development Courses
NeighborWorks® Training Institute is coming to Atlanta, February 20-24 and is proud to feature cutting-edge courses that focus on community development, green building, and a youth symposium.
Enroll today in our featured courses that allow you to --
Learn how to improve your work with young adults/teens and involve them in the community during the Youth Matters symposium (and two special youth-related courses).
Incorporate sustainable design, green building, and healthy housing concepts into your work with our special courses sponsored by The Home Depot Foundation.
Gain practical tools for developing and financing affordable housing, and learn how other asset management professionals responsibly own and manage affordable rental housing.
Share community building and organizing ideas with others who are working to build the collective capacity of their neighborhoods.
Learn community economic development strategies and best practices to increase the strength of low- and moderate- income communities.
Acquire the skills and ideas to make your neighborhood a neighborhood of choice from experts in community and neighborhood revitalization.
Take home construction and production management skills and tools to bring in complex affordable housing projects on time and within budget.
Enhance your management and leadership skills to increase your value to your organization, and that of your board.
We encourage you to enroll before the pre-event registration deadline on January 30. On-site registration at the Hilton Atlanta begins February 19, but courses may be full by this time. Visit us online at www.nw.org/training to get more information about the NeighborWorks Training Institute in Atlanta and download registration information.
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For more information contact:
NeighborWorks Training Institute
1325 G Street NW, Suite 800
Posted January 20, 2006
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