CEDAM runs multiple programs to build capacity among our diverse membership. These programs help our members expand their services, revitalize their communities, and improve Michigan’s economic and social well-being.
From Real Estate Development Boot Camp to high-quality webinars, CEDAM hosts a variety of training and networking events customized to fit the needs of the community economic development industry.
CEDAM supports vibrant neighborhoods, economic opportunity, equitable development, and housing security. We work to actualize our policy priorities through state and federal partnership, advocacy, and member education.
Our final interview in this three-part series is with Joshua Prusik! Joshua was a Community Development Fellow from 2020-2021, placed with the Village of Cass City in Tuscola County. He
Our next interview is with Katie Higgs! Katie was a community development fellow in Coldwater from 2021 – 2022. She now works at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation as a
As CEDAM continues to grow our programs, we continue to welcome more individuals to our team to add their expertise to our organization. With the goal of growing our Real
CEDAM members develop communities that are vibrant, equitable, and economically inclusive. Join our network to take advantage of CEDAM member benefits, stay connected to industry news and advocacy efforts, and access new resources.
You are an individual who is not tied to an organization (retirees, legislative staff, students, etc.
If you are a small business or sole proprietor, you must apply for nonprofit or for profit organization membership.
You are a nonprofit organization that does not fit the definition of a governmental organization.
For profit organization
You are a for profit organization (consultants, developers, banks, sole proprietors, etc.)
You are a government agency or sub-unit or quasi-government entity (Downtown Development Authority, assessment districts, public housing authorities, land banks, cities, villages, townships, and other entities.)