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Training Partnerships

Maximizing the reach and effectiveness of skill-building

At NeighborWorks, we believe the best way to extend our training to everyone who needs it is to develop strategic relationships with organizations who believe, like we do, in the importance of affordable housing and quality of community life. These relationships enhance our offerings and bring important knowledge and skill building directly to those who serve residents and citizens across the US. Explore some of our partnerships and collaborations by visiting the links below:

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: Supporting Homeownership

Effective consumer financial education and counseling supports sustainable homeownership. Through our strong partnership with The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD),  we provide a wide range of in-class and online training for homeownership counselors and managers to support this work. HUD provides significant scholarship funding for the homeownership industry, making it possible for NeighborWorks to provide some of our training tuition-free.

College Credit

Please stay tuned for additional details as we retool our university partnerships. We anticipate exciting higher education benefits to come soon!

Professional Continuing Education Requirements 

Construction and Rehab Courses:
The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) is the nation's premier standards development and credentialing organization for home energy audits and for energy efficiency, health, and safety improvements. From these standards, BPI develops rigorous written and field exams resulting in one of BPI’s professional certifications. NeighborWorks offers several courses in the Construction and Rehab training area that are BPI-approved for continuing education units (CEUs). For more information, check out the course descriptions in our course catalog.

Courses of Interest to Planners:
Select NeighborWorks courses are eligible to meet continuing education requirements associated with the American Institute of Certified Planners designation. AICP members should report their coursework in accordance with the certification maintenance program process. For more information, visit,

Training Partners

JP Morgan Chase & Co 5/3 bank    truist logo
Wells Fargo logo
Republic bank logoAmex logo

     U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development