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Human Resources Peer Network
Bay Area LISC hosts a Human Resources Peer Network to facilitate dialogue between human resources professionals from different community development and affordable housing organizations across the nine-county Bay Area.
The Human Resources Peer Network serves as a forum in which different organizations around the region can come together to compare notes about new employment regulations, swap boilerplate documents and templates, and discuss common challenges, opportunities, insights, and best practices that they have encountered in the field.
To join the Human Resources Peer Network, please contact Kate Landberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bay Area LISC periodically offers various trainings that support affordable housing, economic development, and family financial stability. Our trainings range from multi-week intensive training institutes to single-session workshops, through which we build the capacity of at all levels of an organization from entry level project managers to the Board of Directors.
The Housing Development Training Institute (HDTI), one of our multi-week institutes, has become a vital resource in its 25 years of operation, providing intensive training to affordable housing project managers throughout California.