ULI Orange County/Inland Empire What’s New?

New Health Program Opportunities for Members and Students: Apply by June 2

The Urban Land Institute’s Building Healthy Places Initiative is pleased to announce two new programs we hope you’ll consider being part of:

ULI Health Leaders Network

This program will empower real estate and land use professionals with the skills, knowledge, and networks to improve health outcomes in their professional practice and communities. Through in-person forums and training webinars, participants will gain valuable skills and connections that will help them advance their careers. They will also gain practical knowledge about the intersection between health and the built environment. This program is supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Colorado Health Foundation, and ULI Trustee Randall Lewis.

As a ULI member and leader who has shown interest in this topic, I’d like to encourage you to consider applying to be part of the program. Applications are being accepted through June 2, 2017. For more information on eligibility and to apply, please visit uli.org/healthleaders.

ULI/Randall Lewis Health Mentorship Program

This program will provide an opportunity for graduate students in architecture, urban planning, real estate, or a related field, to engage with ULI and deepen their understanding of how the built environment shapes and influences human health.

The program, which is supported by ULI Trustee Randall Lewis, will support the participation of current urban planning, architecture, and real estate graduate students in ULI’s 2017 Fall Meeting in Los Angeles on October 23-26. A travel stipend and registration to attend the meeting and its health-related programs are included in this opportunity.

Students will be paired with ULI members working at the intersection of health and the built environment to serve as a mentor during Fall Meeting and beyond. ULI member mentors will receive complimentary registration for Fall Meeting in Los Angeles.

Applications from students are being accepted through June 2, 2017. Please encourage students you know to apply. For more information, please visit uli.org/healthmentors.

If you are a ULI member who is interested in serving as a mentor, please email health@uli.org.

Questions about these programs should be directed to health@uli.org.

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