Urban Redevelopment: Building Stronger Communities- November 7, 2019 - Brooklyn
The Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR) hosts a number of workshops throughout the country to educate project managers, consultants, community members, and redevelopment organizations on the processes and practices of brownfield redevelopment.

In order to keep our training program sustainable, we sometimes charge a fee for registration. However, we are committed to helping people attend who cannot pay the fee. Through the generosity of our sponsors, we are able to offer a limited number of scholarships.

Groups eligible to receive scholarships to the Urban Redevelopment conference in Brooklyn include:
- Non-Profit Employees
- Local and State Government Employees
- Students

The scholarship does not cover the cost of travel.

Please note that submitting an application is not a guarantee of a scholarship. CCLR will inform you if you are selected.

Scholarship recipients may be asked to submit a thank you letter following the workshop to a sponsor. We will provide you with that information.

NOTE: If you receive a scholarship, you pledge to attend the event.

Please contact Johanna Roth at claire.weston@cclr.org if you have any questions.
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