Be part of Cohort 4 of the Real Estate Fellows at The University of Baltimore. Start your 10-week journey to developing a property in the city.
Have you always wanted to become a developer? Do you already have experience rehabilitating buildings in Baltimore? Are you interested in growing that experience into a real estate development team?
Have questions? Contact Henry Mortimer, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at 410.837.5975 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aspiring UBalt student and alumni entrepreneurs who are interested in addressing critical development needs within Baltimore’s middle-market neighborhoods will go through a 10-week mentoring program with Baltimore-area seasoned professionals.
Students will identity a Baltimore City neighborhood, create a project, complete a development plan and prepare an application for financing. The winning proposal will get $10,000 in equity to secure the property for their proposal and the necessary financing up to $1 million in a Guidance Line of Credit from Baltimore Community Lending (BCL) to proceed with the project.
When a student is accepted into the program, they are identified as a "UBalt Real Estate Fellow."
Participating Fellows will be paid at least $1,500 during the process.
The winning proposal will also get $10,000 in equity to secure the property for their proposal.
A series of curated trainings with local experts in the field and community tours will be offered to students starting in September 2023 and completed by December 2023.
The final pitch competition is scheduled for a date in early February 2024.
An open call to apply for interested students and alumni to apply to participate in The University of Baltimore Real Estate Fellows program. To be considered for this program, you must enter an applications by 3 p.m. on Friday, August 18, 2023.
- Any UBalt student or UBalt alumnus
- All applicants should have completed at least two courses in the real estate and economic development program or have equivalent professional real estate qualifications.
- Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
This venture is supported by the University of Baltimore Real Estate and Economic Development Advisory Board and Baltimore Community Lending.