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We’d like to take this opportunity to recognize the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) for their $10,000 investment that will support the Real Estate Co-Powerment Series in 2019!
The URA recently made a $10,000 grant to support the Neighborhood Allies/Omicelo Cares Real Estate Co-Powerment Series, which is an education platform that demystifies the real estate development process, explains its associated terminology and brings to light the productive role community members and organizations play in the real estate and economic development inside their neighborhoods.
Applications for the Spring 2019 cohort are now open! Click here for more information about the Real Estate Co-Powerment Series, or to apply for the next cohort!
Since launching in early 2017, we have graduated 52 students (four cohorts) from neighborhoods on the cusp of significant change, including Neighborhood Allies’ 6 priority geographies as well as additional participants from other local neighborhoods. Students range from community residents, CDC/CBO staff members, non-profit board members, small business owners, and each have varying levels of exposure to the real estate discipline.