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Past Trainings & Meetings

2015 Training Institute and Capacity Building Schedule

Economic Inclusion #4: A Call to Action
Thursday, November 10, 2015 at noon – 2:00 pm
Location: RISE Demonstration Center

The fourth and final in a series of conversations about economic issues affecting DC’s individuals, families and communities. Participants reviewed and discussed research and best practices that address financial capability, economic inclusion, and wealth creation – with a focus on constructing a work plan for 2016.

Universal Paid Leave & Minimum Wage Ballot Initiative [monthly meeting]
Thursday, November 19, 2015 at noon – 2:00 pm
Location: District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency (815 Florida Ave, NW)

CNHED held an interactive discussion on two proposals that may impact DC residents and our community development field. The first was DC’s Universal Paid Leave legislation, presented by At-Large DC Councilmember Elissa Silverman. She and Councilmember Grosso led five other councilmembers in introducing the DC Paid Family Leave legislation. The second was the $15 minimum wage ballot initiative, presented by Delvone Michael, Director of the Washington, DC chapter of Working Families. Participants heard about and discussed potential costs to employers, effects on small businesses and NPOs and how the proposals compare to what’s happening around the country.

DC Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Summit
Thursday, November 13, 2015  8:00 am- 3:00 pm
Location: RISE Demonstration Center

CNHED participated on the planning team for this day-long summit designed to gather input for the District’s Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) state plan for workforce development. The Planning team also included Dc Workforce Investment Council, the DC Dept. of Employment Services, DC Appleseed, DC Association of Youth Advocates, DC Fiscal Policy Institute, DC Adult & Family Literacy Council, and was sponsored by the Community Foundation. Participants at the Summit, including government, business, and community leaders, learn about policy challenges and opportunities within WIOA and committed to shared strategies to move all District residents toward family-sustaining employment.

DC Co-op Clinic: Tools for Better Management

Saturday, October 3, 2015 at 9:00 am – 2:30 pm
Location: Next Step Public Charter School (3047 15th Street, NW)

CNHED hosted the third annual Coop Clinic, designed to increase capacity among limited equity co-op board members. Co-sponsors included Mi Casa, Inc., Latino Economic Development Center, City First Enterprises, NHT/ Institute for Community Economics and Housing Counseling Services. Participants attended focused sessions on topics such as Co-op Finances and Budgets, Planning for Renovations and Capital Improvements, and Managing Your Management Company. Participants also had the opportunity to meet one-on-one with lawyers, developers and other professionals to begin to address their individual co-op needs. Bad weather depressed attendance this year, but there was still a lively and engaged crowd.

The District’s Tools for Homeless District Residents: Housing, Jobs & Services –  Monthly Meeting
Tuesday, September 29, 2015 from noon – 2:00 pm
Location: Mt. Vernon Place United Methodist Church (900 Mass. Ave, NW)

CNHED hosted a briefing and discussion on District’s programs and initiatives designed to connect homeless residents to housing, services and jobs. Our panel of experts included Kristy Greenwalt, Director of the DC Interagency Council on Homelessness (ICH), and Candace Nelson, Program Manager: Service Quality, Performance and Continuous Improvement, DC Department of Employment Services (DOES). Participants heard an overview of the ICH plan and what agencies are doing to meet the goals of eliminating chronic homelessness and making homelessness “rare, brief & non-recurring” as well as program changes expected to occur in Fiscal Year 2016 to meet the goals. Robust discussion followed the presentations and organizations made cross-sector (housing – service -workforce) connections with one another and with District agencies.

Economic Inclusion #3: Being Unbanked/Underbanked
What is it and how does it impact DC communities?

Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 8:30 am-1:00 pm, includes networking lunch
Location: The R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center  (730 MLK Jr. Ave, SE)

The third in a series of conversations about economic issues affecting DC’s individuals, families and communities and critical tools that can measurably improve financial well-being. Like our at-capacity and lively first two meetings in February and May on the Earned Income Tax Credit and Credit-Building Initiatives, this meeting covered current research and best practices.

This session focused on exploring what it is to be unbanked or underbanked, how it impacts low- and moderate-income individuals and explored ways to address this issue in the District of Columbia. Participants discussed cross-sector strategies that contributed significantly to a more inclusive, equitable DC economy. Speakers included Joe Valenti, Center for American Progress; Michael Morris, National Disability Institute; Andrea Ambriz, US Treasury Department; Joyce Northwood, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; Dave Beck, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond; and representatives of DC-based nonprofit organizations who are working on addressing the needs of unbanked/underbanked DC residents.

Water and Your Multi-family Building: Saving Money through Conservation and Stormwater Management
Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 8:30 am – 3:00 pm — New date!
Location: Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church (900 Mass. Ave, NW)

CNHED hosted a two-part training on water issues, driven by changes to the DC Code and new resources to help properties save money and protect the environment. In the morning session on water conservation, participants learned how to save water and money through small upgrades to multifamily buildings and where to get more assistance from field experts. They heard practitioner success stories and learned ways to improve water-related issues in your buildings. In the afternoon session on storm water management, participants heard an overview of combined vs. separate sewer overflows, and recommendations and progress on DC Water’s Clean Rivers Project. The also learned more about District Department of Energy & Environment’s RiverSmart programs and possible ways to finance projects. The training featured panelists: Jared long, Sustainable Development Manager, National Housing Trust; Jogchum Poodt, Account Manager for Multifamily Residential Properties, DC Sustainable Energy Utility; and Michael Santiago, Director for Multifamily Energy Solutions, greeNEWit.

2015 Green Communities Criteria: An Introduction 
Tuesday, September 15, 2015 at 10:00 am-noon pm
Location: DCSEU (80 M St. SE #310)

Released in April of this year, the 2015 Enterprise Green Communities Criteria reflect ambitious yet achievable green guidelines for affordable housing developments. In this workshop, participants were introduced to the 2015 Enterprise Green Communities Criteria and Certification process, identified how to successfully address critical details of this Criteria in their own development projects, and explored connections between green building practices and improved building. This was a timely workshop given that DHCD’s summer 2015 Consolidated RFP references the 2015 Criteria. Featured presenter was Krista Egger, Senior Program Director, Enterprise Green Communities.

Economic Inclusion #2: Building Credit
Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 9:30 am-1:00 pm
Location: The R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center  (730 MLK Jr. Ave, SE)

The second in a series of conversations about economic issues affecting DC’s individuals, families and communities and critical tools that can measurably improve financial well-being. Like our at-capacity and lively first meeting in February, this meeting covered current research and best practices. This session focused on proven and emerging strategies to help consumers build credit and increase acceptance of alternative approaches to credit-building. Participants discussed cross-sector credit strategies that contributed significantly to a more inclusive, equitable DC economy. Brought in partnership with the Capital Area Asset Builders and six additional partners.

No Monthly Meeting in May — Join us for Advocacy Day
Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 9:00 am-noon
Location:  John A. Wilson Building (1350 Pennsylvania Ave, NW)

Small Business Technical Assistance Best Practice Panel Series: Building Lasting Small Business Client Relationships 
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 at 10:00 am- 12:00 pm
Location:  YMCA Anthony Bowen (1325 W Street, NW)

CNHED’s Small Business Technical Assistance (SBTA) Working Group hosted the second session in its best practices series providing opportunities for small business development practitioners to learn from each other and improve technical assistance service delivery. The session featured a practitioner roundtable discussion on client relationship building, with practitioners sharing their insights and strategies to establish solid relationships with their clients to maximize their small business goals. As part of this engaging dialogue, practitioners discussed setting getting ground rules and benchmarks with their small business client to reach their goals in a timely manner and tips on when it’s time to end the relationship.

AirBnB in the District 
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 12:00 pm- 2:00 pm
Location:  CNHED

CNHED partnered with Local Unite Here 25 on this unique discussion exploring the opportunities and challenges that doing business in the sharing economy brings to the District of Columbia. Specifically, the conversation focused on the potential loss of affordable housing as resident entrepreneurs lease multiple apartments in order to rent them to Airbnb customers.

DC FY 2016 Budget Briefing [monthly meeting]
Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 12:00 pm-2:00 pm
Location: Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church (900 Mass. Ave, NW)

CNHED hosted a briefing on the Mayor Bowser’s proposed FY16 budget, dissecting funding levels and changes in important programs such as the Housing Production Trust Fund (HPTF); Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP); Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH); Local Rent Supplement Program (LRSP); Small Business Technical Assistance (SBTA); and Great Streets. Panelists included: Polly Donaldson, Department of Housing and Community Development Director; Adrienne Todman, Housing Authority Director; Laura Zeilinger, DC Department of Human Services Director; Karima Woods, Deputy Director of Business Development & Strategy, DC Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning & Economic Development Budget Overview.

People & Places 2015 Community Conference
March 4-6, 2015
Location: Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (400 7th Street, SW)

CNHED was local host for this national conference convened to connect and inspire four organizational networks: the National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations, National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders, National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development, and the National Urban League. In addition to serving on two workshop panels and providing local entertainment, CNHED developed three tours showcasing the “real” Washington, D.C. 1) Main Streets and Small Business; 2) East of the River; 3) Housing Production Trust Fund. Due to a major snowstorm that hit the area, the tours were converted to virtual tours / discussions in the hotel.

Release: A Strategy for Preserving Affordable Housing in the District [monthly meeting]
Monday, March 2, 2015 at 12:00 pm-2:00 pm
Location: District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency (815 Florida Ave, NW)

CNHED and NeighborhoodInfo DC, as co-conveners of the DC Preservation Network (DCPN), presented on their recently completed report Maintaining Economic Diversity and Affordability: A Strategy for Preserving Affordable Rental Housing in the District of Columbia. A panel from DCPN’s Preservation Strategy Working Group, which developed the report, discussed the strategies and implications for affordable housing in DC.

CRA for Community Based Organizations 
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 8:30 am-3:30 pm
Location: Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (400 7th Street, SW)

The ¾ day workshop provided current information and basic training on the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) and explored practical strategies for creating successful partnerships between community-based organizations and financial institutions. In addition to an overview of CRA and the examination process, it included a discussion on the essentials of partnerships; examples of effective partnerships between financial institutions and community-based organizations; and a panel of financial institution representatives who discussed what they look for when developing partnerships with community-based organizations. In partnership with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), in partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.

Economic Inclusion: Maximizing the Power of the EITC
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at 9:30 am-1:00 pm
Location: The R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center  (730 MLK Jr. Ave, SE)

The first in a series of conversations about economic issues affecting DC’s individuals, families and communities and critical tools that can measurably improve financial well-being. In this first session, Kartik Athreya, group vice president, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, discussed his recent research on the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), with a focus on EITC use in DC. CNHED partnered with Bank on DC; Capital Area Asset Builders; Office of the Comptroller of Currency; DC Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking; Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.

Small Business Technical Assistance Best Practice Panel Series: Exploring the Onboarding Process from Intake to Assessment 
Thursday, February 11, 2015  at 10:00 am- 12:00 pm
Location:  YMCA Anthony Bowen (1325 W Street, NW)

CNHED’s Small Business Technical Assistance (SBTA) Working Group hosted a best practices series providing opportunities for small business development practitioners to come together to learn from each other and share information to improve technical assistance service delivery. The first in the series was a panel discussion about the onboarding process of three SBTA provider organizations from intake, collection of client information to assessment. Participants also gleaned insights about best practices of a housing counseling practitioner’s intake and assessment process to see what we can learn for others in the community development field.

Pairing Historic Tax Credits with Low Income Housing Tax Credits 
Thursday, January 27, 2015  at 8:30 am- 1:00 pm
Location: House of Lebanon Community Room (27 O Street, NW)

The D.C. Office of Planning and CNHED partnered on this unique seminar presented to CNHED members and other interested parties. This seminar assisted housing developers better understand the supply of historic stock in the District of Columbia, helped to navigate the historic tax credit program, and highlighted the challenges and benefits gained from pairing historic rehabilitation tax credits with low-income housing tax credits. Presented at the House of Lebanon, former home to the Margaret Murray Washington School that was converted to an affordable senior housing building.

Mix It Up with DC Councilmembers [monthly meeting]
Thursday, January 22, 2015  at 12:00 pm- 2:00 pm
Location:  City Club of Washington (555 13th Street, NW)

CNHED hosted a mixer for members to get to know the new Councilmembers Elissa Silverman and Charles Allen; Councilmember Nadeau sent regrets as she was out of town. New Council Chair of the Committee on Housing and Community Development Anita Bonds also attended.
— See the photos from the event

 

2014 Training Institute and Capacity Building Schedule

DECEMBER 18, 2014
Annual Meeting & Holiday Party
Location: TBD

OCTOBER 23, 2014
Coalition Strong! A Tribute to Bob Pohlman and CNHED

OCTOBER 4, 2014
Co-op Clinic
Location: Next Step PCS (3047 15th St NW)  Time: 9 am to 3:30 pm

Second annual Coop Clinic designed to increase capacity among limited equity co-op board members. Expecting more than 100 coop members to  attend focused sessions on topics such as Managing Your Management Company, Planning for Renovations and Capital Improvements and Co-op Finances and Budgets. Participants may also met one on one with lawyers, developers and other professionals to begin to address their individual needs. Hosted by CNHED & co-sponsored by Mi Casa, Inc., LEDC, City First Enterprises, Institute for Community Economics (NHT) and Housing Counseling Services.

SEPTEMBER 19, 2014
Building and Operating Green: Building Code Implementation and Solar Opportunities for Multifamily Affordable Housing
Location: Mt. Vernon Place UMC (900 Massachusetts Avenue NW) 

The session starts with a review of DC Green Building Code regulations and compliance from DCRA and DHCD. Participants will review the Enterprise Green Communities criteria, with an eye toward the certification process and what mistakes to avoid, along with a look at what to expect for the updated criteria in 2015. The afternoon session will feature what to consider when going solar with affordable housing developments, including design, solar technology, construction and use of thermal versus photo voltaic cells. Presenters will review the benefits and challenges of purchasing versus leasing solar systems, along with incentives provided by DC government for going solar and legal considerations.

SEPTEMBER 8 -12, 2014

HD 430—Housing Development Finance: Problem Solving and Deal Structuring
Partners: Citi Foundation, National Development Council
Location: AARP (601 E St NW)

4th & final course in National Development Council’s (NDC) four-course Housing Development Finance Professional Certification Program. ** To take this course, you must have completed HD 410,HD 420 & HD422; contact us if you completed them elsewhere and want to finish your certification.

SEPTEMBER 18, 2014
Breaking Barriers to Re-entry: Housing, Jobs & Services [monthly meeting]
Location: DC Housing Finance Agency (815 Florida Avenue, NW)

Join CNHED and our distinguished panelists for a presentation on strategies to support citizens returning from incarceration.

JULY 31, 2014
HAPPY HOUR with CNHED!
Location: Policy (1904 14th St., NW)
Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

JULY 23-24, 2014
Housing Development Finance Professional Certification: HD 422—Computer Spread Sheet Analysis for Housing
Partners: Citi Foundation, National Development Council
Location: AARP (601 E St NW)

In this third course in National Development Council’s (NDC) four-course Housing Development Finance Professional Certification Program, participants learn to use spread sheets as a tool to locate and interpret key financial information and to restructure a real estate transaction based on revised assumptions.  ** To take this course, you must have completed HD 410 and HD 420; contact us if you completed them elsewhere and want to finish your certification.

JULY 23, 2014
Measuring Impact for Small Business Technical Assistance
Location: Hemsley Fraser Training Center (1615 M St. NW, Suite 900)

CNHED is offering a training tailored for organizations providing small business technical assistance to start-up and existing small and micro-businesses entitled “Measuring Impact in Small Business Technical Assistance.”   If you want to take your small business technical assistance program to the next level join us on July 23rd.  This training is an excellent opportunity for you to strengthen your organization’s ability to measure its impact.  You will also have an opportunity to strengthen the network of technical assistance provider organizations through peer-to-peer sharing and learning across the DC-funded agencies. 

JULY 9, 2014 
Coordinating Property Management and Services in Supportive Housing
Location: National Association of Realtors (500 New Jersey Ave)

This lively seminar explores ways to effectively coordinate property management and supportive service in permanent supportive housing. It includes an overview of the national and local landscape and review of CSH’s Self-Assessment Tool as well as a practitioners panel discussing project-based and scattered-site supportive housing from the owner/operator, property manager and service provider perspectives.

JUNE 26, 2014 
Meet the New CFO for the District of Columbia Jeffrey DeWitt [monthly meeting]
Location: D.C. Housing Finance Agency (815 Florida Ave, NW)

CFO DeWitt answers questions about DC’s overall financial status; transparency in DC’s budget on funding available for programs; when the Housing Production Trust Fund will benefit from annual surpluses; what’s being done to speed up DC government payments for construction draws, contract payments, etc.; and how property tax delinquencies are now being handled to prevent residents from losing their homes.

MAY 8, 2014
The Art of Negotiation, Decision-Making and Mentoring
Partners: Center for Nonprofit Advancement
Location: Center for Nonprofit Advancement (1666 K Street, NW, suite 400)

CNHED, in partnership with The Center for Nonprofit Advancement, presents an intensive training for mid-career community and economic development leaders. The training will help you: acquire tactics to be more effective and strategic in all aspects of decision-making;  enhance your preparedness and ability to negotiate effectively; and understand the mentoring process and how to identify and build an effective mentoring network. ** For CNHED members only; to register use code “CNHED.”

APRIL 17, 2014
DC FY 2015 Budget Briefing: Impacts on Affordable Housing & Inclusive Economic Developmen[monthly meeting]
Partners: DC Fiscal Policy  Institute
Location: DCFPI (820 First Street, NE, Suite 460)

This session will  begin with an overview of the DC budget and then drill down into  what’s in the budget for affordable housing and inclusive economic development, with a review of which programs would receive additional funding and which may be reduced.

MARCH 27, 2014
Green Retrofits of Multifamily Affordable Housing
Time: 8:30 pm- 3:00 pm
Location: Mount Vernon Place UMC (900 Massachusetts Ave. NW)

CNHED’s Training Institute presents an  interactive day-long session to arm participants with what they need to know to be able to undertake green retrofits. Take a look at some of the presentations from the event:
Channel Square Apartment Case Study
Urban Green.pptx
New Opportunities For Community Solar
Enterprise Green Communities Retrofit Tool Kit

MARCH 20, 2014
Housing and Economic Development Legislation Pending at DC Council [monthly meeting]
Thursday, March 20, 2014  12:00 pm- 2:00 pm
Location: National Council of La Raza (1126 16th Street, NW)

An unprecedented amount of legislation related to housing and community development  is pending before Council – how will these changes affect your work?  Come out to meet top Council staff who will explain the legislation and respond to questions.

FEBRUARY 20, 2014
Recommendations for Improving Small Business Success in the District of Columbia [monthly meeting]
Location: D.C. Housing Finance Agency (815 Florida Ave, NW)

Join CNHED members, DC small businesses, and other stakeholders in reviewing and discussing the final report of recommendations from a year-long policy project aimed at improving the environment for small business success in the District of Columbia. Sponsored by CNHED’s Economic Development Committee and the Small Business Policy Project. Presented by Members of the Small Business Policy Project Steering Committee and by Small Business Policy Project Co-conveners: Bob Pohlman, Executive Director, Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development; and Robert Summers, Director, DC Department of Small and Local Business Development.

JANUARY 16, 2014
Housing and Economic Development Updates & Plans [monthly meeting]
Thursday, January 16, 2014  12:00 pm- 2:00 pm
Location: DHCD Housing Resource Center (1800 Martin Luther King Avenue SE)
CNHED’s first meeting of 2014, designed for participants to hear and discuss updates on important DC housing and economic development initiatives. Bring your questions and help shape the conversation in 2014! What happened in 2013? What are plans for 2014? Hear from our speakers: Michael Kelly, Director, Department of Housing and Community Development; David Bowers, Chair, Housing Production Trust Fund Advisory Board; Oramenta Newsome, Convener, Affordable Housing Leverage Working Group; Polly Donaldson, Co-Chair, ICH Permanent Supportive Housing Production Committee; Bob Pohlman, Co-Convener, Small Business Policy Project

 

2013 Training Institute and Capacity Building Schedule

This seminar focused on the current status and future prospects of economic development in wards 7 and 8. CNHED practitioners joined with DC government agencies in exploring the impact of the District’s population growth on this area and examining the opportunities and challenges of managing economic development in ways that strengthen neighborhoods, preserve affordability, and provide employment and job opportunities for residents.

A critically informative and participatory lunch seminar addressing DC’s new Green Building Code and how it affects each phase of an affordable housing project. Speakers included representatives from the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs and from construction, design, and affordable housing organizations.  Be sure to bring your questions for the Q&A session, and your appetites for lunch to be provided by CNHED.  This event is free for CNHED members and $25 for non-members.

CNHED is bringing the National Development Council (NDC) to the District to offer their four-course training program that explores the development process, financial analysis techniques and structuring and negotiating skills needed to successfully develop and finance affordable home ownership and rental housing development. Skills are taught within the context of case studies based on actual affordable housing development deals that members of our professional staff have structured and implemented in conjunction with clients in urban and rural communities across the country. In 2013, two courses in the series will be offered: HD 410 – Home Ownership Finance and HD 420 – Rental Housing Development Finance.

Both Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) novices and seasoned experts will benefit from this presentation by Aaron O’Toole and Chrysa Long, partners at Klein Hornig LLP. They will provide an overview of LIHTC preservation issues, including the effects of foreclosure and bankruptcy, sponsor purchase options and exiting the investor; District-specific issues, including tenant purchase, rent control and eviction control; and an update on recent DC legislation providing property tax exemptions for certain LIHTC properties. Aaron and Chrysa will be joined by Matt Josephs, Senior Vice President for Policy, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), briefly discussing the prospects for LIHTC under federal tax reform.

  • Building Green Affordably    [monthly meeting]
    Thursday, February 21, 2013  12:00  pm – 2: 00 pm
    DC Finance Housing Agency  (815 Florida Avenue, NW)
    This is a highly informative presentation on an issue that will only grow in importance as District laws and the building code become more stringent:  how to build more sustainably while keeping project costs low.

2012 Training Institute and Capacity Building Schedule

February 23, 2012
Taking Control of the Conversation: How to Respond to Negative News Coverage
Partner: Wainger Group  

March 22, 2012
Get Acquainted with the District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility (DC SEU)
Partner: DC SEU

April 12, 2012
Fiscal Year 2013 D.C. Budget Briefing
Partner: DC Fiscal Policy Institute

May 7 to 11, 2012  
Housing Development Finance Professional Certification Series:
HD 430—Housing Development Finance: Problem Solving and Deal Structuring
Partners: Citi Foundation and Citi

June 21, 2012
Reform of First Source & Workforce Intermediary Establishment Act
Sponsor: Klein Hornig, LLP

June 28, 2012
Using Rapid Re-Housing to Combat Homelessness
Sponsor: Capital One

November 8, 2012
Energy Benchmarking & Beyond: Tools to Meet Requirements for Tracking Energy Usage and Approaches for Improving Energy Performance of Multifamily Properties
Sponsor: Enterprise Community Partners

 

2011 Training Institute and Capacity Building Schedule

March 31, 2011
Financial Leadership Clinic, Emerging From a Recession: Practical Financial Tools for Nonprofit Leaders
Sponsors: Enterprise Community Partners, Citi and Green Space

April 14, 2011
Beyond Bricks and Mortar: Service-Enriched Housing and Apprenticeship Programs
Sponsors:
Enterprise Community Partners and Citi

June 27 to 30, 2011 
Housing Development Finance Professional Certification Program
Sponsor:
Citi

July 13, 2011
Linking Money to Mission: A Balancing Act
Sponsor:
Nonprofit Finance Fund

October 13, 2011 
Affordable Green Building: Smart Solutions to Improve Building Performance
Sponsors:
 Enterprise Community Partners, Citi and Green Space

November 16, 2011
Housing Stabilization Support Services
Sponsors:
Corporation for Supportive Housing and Open Arms Housing, Inc.

 

2010 Training Institute and Capacity Building Schedule

February 25, 2010
Messaging 101: Crafting Your Message to Engage the Media
Sponsor: Capital Area Asset Builders

May 26, 2010  
Affordable Green Building: A Practical Guide to Cost Saving Retrofits
Sponsors: Enterprise Community Partners, Citi and Green Space

July 28 to 30, 2010  
Using the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program
Sponsor: Citi

 

2009 Training Institute and Capacity Building Schedule

March 13, 2009  
Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta’s Affordable Housing Program Workshop: Building Strong Applications to Get Your Projects Funded
Sponsor: Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta

April 28 & 29, 2009  
Construction Project Management: Value Engineering & Negotiating Construction Contracts
Sponsor: Bank of America

June 4, 2009  
Affordable Green Building: Improving Property Performance Through Green Retrofits
Sponsors: GreenHOME, Inc., Enterprise Community Partners and Citi

July 28, 2009  
Federal Advocacy 101
Sponsor: Enterprise Community Partners

September 29, 2009  
Local Advocacy: Strategies for Advocating with DC Government
Sponsors: PNC Bank and United Way

November 3 to 5, 2009  
National Development Council’s Rental Housing Development Finance
Sponsor: Citi