ULI Philadelphia can cross-promote educational event announcements with other real estate and land use organizations on a limited basis and also post selected programs in our monthly email newsletter; information is due on the 20th of the preceding month, with priority to members and sponsors. For more information please contact Christina Chavez, [email protected].
The following regional programs and opportunities may be of interest to our members:
Lancaster City Alliance Job Posting
Job Posting: Economic Development Manager
Job Summary: The Economic Development Manager will play a key role in advancing economic development and driving positive outcomes in the City of Lancaster by providing direct support to small businesses and real estate developers, among others, through the delivery of relevant expertise and vital financial assistance tools.
The Economic Development Manager will aid in the administration of, and provide critical logistical support for, the successful implementation of Lancaster City Alliance’s various economic development programs including the Building On Strength Economic Development Strategic Plan (BOS) and City Revitalization and Investment Zone (CRIZ) administration.
Carpenters’ Hall Ownership Transitions Symposium: Open Call for Case Studies
ULI Philadelphia partner the Carpenters’ Company is hosting a half-day professional-development symposium in October on the topic of ownership transitions in architecture, contracting or engineering firms. They are currently sourcing examples of ownership transitions from Philadelphia-area ACE firms to include as possible case studies or examples at the symposium. If you would like to suggest an example of a recent ownership transition that you think offers lessons to be learned or best practices, please contact Carpenters’ Company executive director Michael Norris at [email protected]. Deadline to submit is March 31, 2023.
PIDC-D’Alessio Scholarship for Urban Development
PIDC, Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation, is opening applications for the 2023 PIDC- D’Alessio Scholarship for Urban Development to support graduate students pursuing a career in urban studies, economics, law, public administration, real estate, regional and/or city planning, and urban planning and design.
Up to two (2) scholarships of up to $2,500 each will be awarded. Scholarship recipients will also be offered a paid PIDC fall internship in 2023. Students must either be pursuing a graduate degree at a Philadelphia college or university, or be a Philadelphia resident at a college or university studying outside the Philadelphia area. The scholarship application is open January 25 to March 31, 2023.
Application Link: www.pidcphila.com/scholarship