ULI Student Committee Presents: Exploring the RE Industry
Start: April 5, 2013 8:00 am
End: April 5, 2013 12:30 pm
The ULIsf Student Committee, consisting of representatives from U.C.
Berkeley Haas, Stanford MBA and Urban Planning baccalaureate, University of
San Francisco MBA program, San Jose State University Graduate Studies of
Urban Planning, and San Francisco State University Urban Planning
baccalaureate, are proud to present an exciting opportunity for students
interested in a career in real estate and land use: a trek around downtown
San Francisco with site visits to 4-5 companies involved in real estate and
The purpose of Exploring the RE Industry is to offer students interested in
real estate and land use an opportunity to become familiar with various Bay
Area organizations, their office environments and professional culture; and
to create a networking opportunity among students with similar interests
from several Bay Area universities. This event will be a valuable
professional learning experience, allowing students to become familiar with
companies in a small group setting. Students will have the opportunity to
ask questions and network with successful Bay Area professionals who are ULI
This event is designed for graduate and undergraduate students with a focus
in real estate and/or land use. Space is limited. If you are interested in
attending, submit the following to Eve Rossmere at
by Wednesday, March 27,
§ Current resume
§ Answers to the following questions:
§ Are you a ULI Member?
§ What do you hope to get out of this event?
§ How will you use this experience to further your professional
§ What experience or interests do you bring to the event?
Free for ULI student members; $20 for nonmembers.
> Sign up for student membership today
and attend for free over 20% off of the membership fee!
Some event highlights include: a look at AECOMs brand new offices, a trip
into the Transbay hole with ARUP and updates on Foundry Square III from
Confirmed company participants:
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