Evolve’s Training Program
Educating and Training affordable housing professionals to help stabilize families
Evolve provides education and training to create a culturally responsive workforce to guide individuals and families into stable housing, and to provide affordable housing developers, a mission-oriented partner in the housing management services industry, a growing industry in Oregon. We provide a pathway to professional growth and personal development for low-income workers.
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When are trainings?
Contact us below to inquire about opening trainings or job placements. Our next cohort training will begin Spring, 2020
Where are the trainings?
Evolve’s Property Management trainings are available through our corporate office, group trainings, one on one training, online resources, as well as live educational video conferences.
What to Expect
We prepare individuals with essential tools to become culturally responsive afforadable housing professionals. Our trainings are designed to balance compassion with compliance, equity with education, regulation with respect, and property performance with personability. Our trainings are designed to help you become a successful affordable housing management professional and guide to supporting families in finding and thriving in housing.
- Equity, diversity, and inclusion
- Industry at large: Challenges and Opportunities
- Affordable housing demographics through a trauma-informed lens
- Cultural competency and conflict resolution
- Fair Housing
- Equity in Housing
- Affordable Housing Management & Operations
- Compliance and Regulations
- Financial Management
- Maintenance and Repair
- Marketing and Outreach
For any questions regarding our trainings please contact Jamie Martinson
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For any questions about job opportunities or trainings please contact Jamie Martinson