ULI San Francisco: 2022 NEXT Cohort Program

When

2022-04-13
2022-04-13T23:59:00 - 2022-04-13T23:59:00
America/Los_Angeles

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    Participation in ULI SF’s NEXT Cohort Program is $95 for private sector participants and $55 for public and non-profit sector participants. You must be a ULI member or become a member in order to participate.

    To apply to become part of a NEXT Cohort group, please submit a form here. Application deadline is Wednesday, April 13, 2022.

    ULI San Francisco’s popular NEXT Cohort Program returns. The Cohort Program allows mid-career land use professionals to develop lasting professional relationships, share expertise, and deepen their knowledge of the Bay Area real estate market. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to engage and network with a small group of peers throughout the year!

    Structure & Commitment
    This year’s program will run from May 2022 to January 2023. NEXT cohort groups meet about once a month for tours, case studies, happy hours, lunches, or feature guest speakers. Each cohort group consists of approximately ten to twelve members, and groups meet around six to eight times over the course of the program. Attendance and participation in cohort meetings is expected, and cohort members are expected to bring ideas on cohort activities to the group.

    The program is only open to ULI members and is geared towards mid-career professionals aged 35+. Not a member? Learn more about ULI membership and join here.

    Application
    The application for the 2022 NEXT Cohort Program is available here. Application deadline is Wednesday, April 13, 2022.

    Price
    Participation in ULI SF’s NEXT Cohort Program is $95 for private sector participants and $55 for public and non-profit sector participants. You must be a ULI member or become a member in order to participate.

    About ULI NEXT
    The NEXT initiative aims to connect and elevate the next generation of leaders within ULI and the real industry more broadly. NEXT provides a range of benefits to mid-career professionals aged 35 and up as they continue to develop their leadership skills and build lasting relationships amongst peers, with ULI leadership, and throughout the ULI network.