Now beginning its third year, the ULI Washington’s Regional Land Use Leadership Institute is a local resource created to raise awareness and strengthen collaboration among emerging leaders to tackle the region’s complex land use issues. Applications are being accepted through June 14, 2013 at 5 p.m. to join ULI’s program.
One of the goals of the program is to have participants from all of the geographic sectors in the region and the public, private and nonprofit sector. While there is a real estate focus to the program, ULI is desirous of having participants from the business, medical, educational, and other sectors, all of which play an important role in the region.
The program is organized around eight full-day seminars consisting of:
- Panel Discussions
- Property Tours
- Small Group Activities
- Leadership Lectures and Activities
- Other Activities which provide participants access to industry leaders, elected officials, and recognized experts in real estate and land use.
During the course of the program, participants will have an opportunity to provide leadership on a critical Washington regional issue through a mini Technical Assistance Panel (mTAP). Working in teams, participants will be responsible for sharing their expertise and advice to develop recommendations for a sponsor organization.
The tuition for the nine-month program is $3,000 for ULI members and $3,500 for nonmembers. Scholarship funds are available based on need and the desire to create a class with representation from private sector, public sector, and nonprofit organizations.