ULI Dallas-Fort Worth UrbanPlan Winter New Volunteer Training


Friday, December 11th, 2020
9:00am - 4:30pm CST


On December 11th, join the Winter New Volunteer Training for UrbanPlan, ULI's fastest-growing educational program. Space is limited so sign up TODAY!


Pricing Members Non-Members
Private FREE N/A
Public/Academic/Nonprofit FREE N/A
Retired FREE N/A
Student FREE N/A
Under Age 35 FREE N/A
*This Event is Open and Free for All ULI Members.
What is UrbanPlan?
UrbanPlan is a proven way to educate high school and college students in the dynamics of real estate ownership, development and planning. It is a realistic, engaging, and academically challenging classroom-based program in which students learn the roles, issues, trade-offs, and economics involved in urban development. The program provides tomorrow’s future voters, neighbors, public officials, and land use professionals with a hands-on experience in developing realistic land use solutions to complex urban growth challenges. 
UrbanPlan Dallas-Fort Worth

Since the Dallas-Fort Worth District Council joined the UrbanPlan effort in 2005, it has facilitated the program in over 100 classes involving over 1,500 students. UrbanPlan volunteers have two roles:

  • Facilitate teams of students to redevelop a hypothetical blighted area via a public-private partnership;

  • Serve on a mock city council to judge presentations and select a winning team at the end of the session.

The  cost of providing the UrbanPlan program in ULI DFW is underwritten in part by a grant from US Bank, and we are grateful for this support.
| Training Agenda |
WHAT: ULI Dallas-Fort Worth UrbanPlan New Volunteer Training
WHEN: Friday, December 11, 2020 from 9 AM - 4:30 PM
*Participation is required for the full day in order to become a trained volunteer. Once this training is completed, the time demand on the volunteers is flexible and self scheduled as the program is run at multiple times and locations each semester.
WHERE: Zoom. The Link will be provided to all those who regsiter.
WHY? to educate youth on commercial real estate and careers associated with the industry, and to teach what it means to build sustaining, thriving communities worldwide.
**All volunteers must submit an UrbanPlan Application and acknowledge the UrbanPlan Child Protection Policy.