Explore the 1890 Diversity and Inclusion Workforce Development Program

Unlocking Opportunities for Education and Investment
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Our Vision and Objectives

Discover how 1890 10K Diversity and Inclusion Workforce Development Program (DIWDP) is dedicated to tackling the significant lack of diversity within the realty/appraising profession, which currently ranks as one of the least diverse professions in the country, as highlighted by the Department of Labor Statistics. We are on a mission to introduce diversity into realty and appraising, particularly within government spaces where representation is currently non-existent. Explore our vision, which emphasizes creating employment opportunities across all levels of government and the private sector while ensuring equitable representation and inclusion.

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Target Demographic

Our target demographic includes individuals aged 16-25. Our program offers summer internships of $750/week for 10 weeks, along with a $1,000 living expenses allowance. After completing the course curriculum, students will receive a stipend ranging from $40,000 to $50,000 in their first year to support them as they gain proficiency.

Program Structure

Our program’s structure seamlessly integrates online classes with hands-on experience on real properties in participants’ local areas. Students are matched with experienced mentors after completing the course curriculum. The 1890 Program ensures equitable opportunities by initially accepting three students from each of the 1890 schools, with plans to incrementally increase intake in subsequent years.

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Recruitment and Outreach

Our continuous recruitment efforts are strategically executed through partnerships with renowned organizations such as the Urban League, NAACP, churches, libraries, and community centers. Contact us if interested in collaboration with our 2024 1890 Campus Tour.

Measuring Success

We meticulously track student progress through our online LMS system and understand the importance of metrics and benchmarks in evaluating program impact. Continuous participant feedback is actively collected and utilized to drive continuous improvement.

Mentorship and Support

Mentorship is an essential role in the 1890 Program. Explore the diverse array of support options available to students throughout and beyond the program, all aimed at securing their success.



Training and Education

Investigate our rigorous training components, focused on specialized areas such as land valuation, market analysis, USPAP, and more. Learn how our curriculum is thoughtfully developed in collaboration with industry leaders to ensure relevance and practicality.

FAQ

1. What is the primary objective of the 1890 Program?

 The 1890 Diversity and Inclusion Workforce Development Program is dedicated to addressing the significant lack of diversity in the realty/appraising profession, with a focus on introducing diversity into realty and appraising, particularly in government spaces where it is currently non-existent.

The program targets individuals aged 16-25. It offers a combination of online learning and in-person experiences to engage and empower this demographic.

The program provides financial support to students, including a stipend of $6,000/year while in school and summer internships with a $750/week stipend for 10 weeks, along with a $1,000 allowance for living expenses. Upon completing the course curriculum, students receive stipends ranging from $40,000 to $50,000 in their first year to support their professional development.

The program includes online classes with hands-on experience on real properties in participants’ local areas. After completing the curriculum, students are matched with experienced mentors. Additionally, the program initially accepts three students from each of the 1890 schools, with plans to increase intake incrementally in subsequent years.

The program sources funding from various channels, and these funds are allocated to provide participants with essential support for their education and development. More information on funding sources and resource allocation can be provided upon request.