An event hosted by the Commercial Real Estate Diversity Collaborative (CREDC) on May 17, 2017 at Metropolitan State’s Student Center was collaborative effort with the university’s Career Center to bring professionals to campus to talk about the many aspects of commercial real estate.
Stephanie Lee, vice president, Carlson Commercial
Judy Jandro, senior vice president, Bell State Bank and Trust
Anne Kane, community development director, City of White Bear Lake
Charlie Nestor, development and leasing manager, Hillcrest Development
Bob Pounds, senior vice president, Colliers International
Rich Forslund, senior property manager, Colliers International
Panelists were industry professionals who discussed development, capital markets, lending, management, brokerage, city planning, and economic development.
The two-hour event concluded with a question and answer session and a brief informal meeting for students and alumni present to network with the panelists.
The Commercial Real Estate Diversity Collaborative (CREDC) connects motivated students to prospective internships, networking events, informational interviews and job shadows. From 4 to 6 p.m., Wednesday, May 17, at Metropolitan State’s Student Center, Room 101, on the Saint Paul Campus, representatives from the CREDC will present great career opportunities and details about careers in development, capital markets, lending, management, brokerage, city planning, and economic development. Learn more about CREDC services at: https://www.diversitycollaborative.org/
THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED STUDENTS AND ALUMNI, REGARDLESS OF ACADEMIC MAJOR OR MINOR.
Wear business casual attire. Arrive early. Bring your questions.
Register TODAY because space is limited.
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and select “Yes” under “Will you be attending?”
To learn more about career development resources for Metro students, click here for the Career Center website, or visit us in Founders Hall, room 110. Don’t forget to ask about connecting with employers on Handshake.