Calendar

Community Development Mentoring Program Information Session

Dates: 

April 14, 2020
10:00am - 11:00am

THIS EVENT WILL BE HELD ONLINE.

The Alliance for Racial Equity & the CHAPA Young Professional Group

Information Session on the 2020 - 2021 Mentoring Program

About the Information Session:

This information session will provide testimonials from past mentors and mentees who completed the program, will offer an opportunity to introduce and discuss the 2020 -2021 events calendar, and answer questions on how to enroll and the application process.

Mentoring Program:

The Mentoring Program is designed to promote and support a culture of learning and mentoring within the community development field. The program enhances the preparation of mid to senior level professionals of color who demonstrate leadership potential, for advancement and growth into positions of leadership and authority, by facilitating effective and meaningful relationships between and amongst community development professionals.The program has a racial equity lens by looking at the implicit bias and racism that exists in our work.

Mentoring Professionals in Housing Careers

*NEW* The 2020 - 2021 Mentoring Program cycle will be focused on those who have or are pursuing a career in Housing. This is part of our work to support the pipeline of Project Managers, Real Estate Directors, Asset Managers, Property Managers, etc. joining the community development field. Our goal is build networks of professionals and support professionals of color in housing careers. If you are a potential mentor or mentee in the following areas we encourage you to join the program: 

  • Housing Development
  • Property Management and Asset Management
  • Housing Counseling
  • Housing Rehabilitation 

Learn More

Program Calendar and Description

Apply Here:

Mentor Application

Mentee Application

Mentee Application Deadline: Extended to May 4, 2020

Mentor Application Deadline: May 13, 2020

Registration fee: 

Free Event, Pre-registration Required

Learning area: 

Commun. Org. & Planning
Nonprofit Governance
Racial Equity

Partners: 

MACDC & CHAPA