Apply Now – 2018 Kahan Fellowship for Under 35 Members
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
2018 ULI Jeffrey Kahan Full Member Fellowship
for ULI Chicago Under 35 Members
The ULI Jeffrey Kahan Full Member Fellowship provides opportunities for promising ULI Chicago Under 35 Members to participate as a ULI Full Member for one year and to join a U.S. Product Council. Product Councils offer access to ULI’s leadership and policy makers while providing a forum for peer exchange and a focus on the most prominent issues and trends in land development.
- One year ULI Full Membership with all rights and privileges thereof.
- Registration to attend two ULI semi-annual meetings — the ULI Fall Meeting, October 8-11, 2018 (Boston) and the ULI Spring Meeting, April 16-18, 2019 (Nashville). Read the 2017 Kahan Fellow Spring Meeting Summaries.
- Travel, lodging, transportation and incidental allowance for the Fall and Spring Meetings.
- Admission to Industrial and Office Park Development Product Council–Blue (IOPC–Blue) meetings and functions, including the council reception/dinner prior to the Fall and Spring Meetings. The Fellowship covers council affiliation fees and council reception fees.
- A mentor from IOPC–Blue Product Council who shares the same interests as the Fellow. The mentor will introduce the Fellow at the Product Council meetings, introduce the Fellow to other Full Members, and provide advice concerning programs, events, and opportunities at the Fall and Spring Meetings.
- Admission to all ULI Chicago breakfast meetings for one year.
- Current ULI Chicago Under 35 Member
- Must be able to attend the ULI Fall Meeting, October 8-11, 2018 (Boston) and the ULI Spring Meeting, April 16-18, 2019 (Nashville).
Application Deadline: Thursday, August 30, 2018
Contact ULI Chicago, at 773-549-4972 or Chicago@uli.org
Who was Jeffrey Kahan?
Jeff was a principal and director of the Investment Services group of Colliers International in Chicago. He passed away in June, 2012. Jeffrey worked with many institutional and individual clients, helping them to buy and sell real estate, and was highly regarded by his colleagues and clients. Jeff was also active in ULI as a member of various national Industrial and Office Park Councils. He believed in the value of the relationships formed and information shared through ULI. This Fellowship is designed to pass along his legacy to new leaders in the industry.