CEDAM’s Comprehensive Community Development Institute (CCDI) continues in February with three great trainings: Creating Vibrant Neighborhoods and Communities, Drafting and Moving Bills in the Michigan Legislature, and Commercial Real Estate Development. If you are unable to attend but know someone who might wish to do so, please direct them to this blog.

Registration for these sessions is easy. Register online here.

For questions or assistance with online registration, contact:

Tiffany Lemieux-McKissic
CEDAM Manager of Membership and Communications
517-485-3588
tiffany@cedamichigan.org

Colorful HandsCreating Vibrant Neighborhoods and Communities
February 1st in Lansing

This course will explore how to magnetize your community to attract and retain talented individuals and families, establish a unique and desirable identity, and rejuvenate lackluster areas.

Click here (PDF) to see the agenda for this training.

There is no prerequisite to enroll, and the cost is $35 for CEDAM members ($70 for non-members). Breakfast and lunch are included.

Michigan CapitolDrafting and Moving Bills in the Michigan Legislature
February 2nd in Lansing

This training will de-mystify bill creation and the legislative process. Prepare for an intense and extremely hands on exploration of how Michigan laws are created. Be a part of a group that drafts the content of a new Community Economic Development (CED) bill. A history of CED policy will also be presented.

Click here (PDF) to see the agenda for this training.

There is no prerequisite to enroll, and the cost is $35 for CEDAM members ($70 for non-members). Breakfast and lunch are included.

Commercial BuildingsCommercial Real Estate Development
February 15-17 and April 26-28 in Lansing

Commercial development in downtowns and neighborhood shopping districts will be explored with skilled trainers. Topics include project financing, understanding market factors, business attraction and retention, Main Streets principles, addressing concerns about gentrification, commercial pro forma development, and property management.

The cost is $250 for CEDAM members ($500 for members). Become a CEDAM member here. To enroll, you must have taken the CCDI Intro to Real Estate Development or submit a resume/statement of qualification to tiffany@cedamichigan.org (a reminder to do this is included on the online registration form).

CEDAM’s Comprehensive Community Development Institute (CCDI) continues in February with three great trainings: Creating Vibrant Neighborhoods and Communities, Drafting and Moving Bills in the Michigan Legislature, and Commercial Real Estate Development. If you are unable to attend but know someone who might wish to do so, please direct them to this blog.

Registration for these sessions is easy. Register online here.

For questions or assistance with online registration, contact:

Tiffany Lemieux-McKissic
CEDAM Manager of Membership and Communications
517-485-3588
tiffany@cedamichigan.org

Creating Vibrant Neighborhoods and Communities
February 1st in Lansing

This course will explore how to magnetize your community to attract and retain talented individuals and families, establish a unique and desirable identity, and rejuvenate lackluster areas. Click here (PDF) to see the agenda for this training.

There is no prerequisite to enroll, and the cost is $35 for CEDAM members ($70 for non-members). Breakfast and lunch are included.

Drafting and Moving Bills in the Michigan Legislature
February 2nd in Lansing

This training will de-mystify bill creation and the legislative process. Prepare for an intense and extremely hands on exploration of how Michigan laws are created. Be a part of a group that drafts the content of a new Community Economic Development (CED) bill. A history of CED policy will also be presented. Click here (PDF) to see the agenda for this training.

There is no prerequisite to enroll, and the cost is $35 for CEDAM members ($70 for non-members). Breakfast and lunch are included.

Commercial Real Estate De

CEDAM’s Comprehensive Community Development Institute (CCDI) continues in February with three great trainings: Creating Vibrant Neighborhoods and Communities, Drafting and Moving Bills in the Michigan Legislature, and Commercial Real Estate Development. If you are unable to attend but know someone who might wish to do so, please direct them to this blog.

Registration for these sessions is easy. Register online here.

For questions or assistance with online registration, contact:

Tiffany Lemieux-McKissic
CEDAM Manager of Membership and Communications
517-485-3588
tiffany@cedamichigan.org

Creating Vibrant Neighborhoods and Communities
February 1st in Lansing

This course will explore how to magnetize your community to attract and retain talented individuals and families, establish a unique and desirable identity, and rejuvenate lackluster areas. Click here (PDF) to see the agenda for this training.

There is no prerequisite to enroll, and the cost is $35 for CEDAM members ($70 for non-members). Breakfast and lunch are included.

Drafting and Moving Bills in the Michigan Legislature
February 2nd in Lansing

This training will de-mystify bill creation and the legislative process. Prepare for an intense and extremely hands on exploration of how Michigan laws are created. Be a part of a group that drafts the content of a new Community Economic Development (CED) bill. A history of CED policy will also be presented. Click here (PDF) to see the agenda for this training.

There is no prerequisite to enroll, and the cost is $35 for CEDAM members ($70 for non-members). Breakfast and lunch are included.

Commercial Real Estate Development

February 15-17 and April 26-28 in Lansing

Commercial development in downtowns and neighborhood shopping districts will be explored with skilled trainers. Topics include project financing, understanding market factors, business attraction and retention, Main Streets principles, addressing concerns about gentrification, commercial pro forma development, and property management.

The cost is $250 for CEDAM members ($500 for members). Become a CEDAM member here. To enroll, you must have taken the CCDI Intro to Real Estate Development or submit a resume/statement of qualification to tiffany@cedamichigan.org (a reminder to do this is included on the online registration form).

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February 15-17 and April 26-28 in Lansing

Commercial development in downtowns and neighborhood shopping districts will be explored with skilled trainers. Topics include project financing, understanding market factors, business attraction and retention, Main Streets principles, addressing concerns about gentrification, commercial pro forma development, and property management.

The cost is $250 for CEDAM members ($500 for members). Become a CEDAM member here. To enroll, you must have taken the CCDI Intro to Real Estate Development or submit a resume/statement of qualification to tiffany@cedamichigan.org (a reminder to do this is included on the online registration form).

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