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  • Application Deadline Extended to March 14 for Scholarships to Attend NAAEI Leadership Experience

    Many of you have probably heard by now of the NAAEI Leadership Experience, which is a two-day course that teaches mid-level managers how to successfully lead, inspire and motivate. What you may not realize is that we are offering two scholarships to attend the course, and the March 14 application deadline is quickly approaching.The Alexandra Jackiw Leadership Scholarship and the William W....
  • Saved By the Blog: Your Student Housing Conference Coverage

    For those of you who missed the 2014 NAA Student Housing Conference & Exposition last week in Las Vegas, not to worry—we have your coverage. I mean, you should worry a little—you missed an amazing conference, including some very photogenic General Session speakers, amazing breakout sessions and the general shenanigans that come with Vegas—but you’ll just have to rely on me until you can...
  • Capitol Update: Despite Surveys, We Favor Those Already in Power

    Apartment Industry Colleagues,One of the most talked about statistics in politics is the Congressional approval rating. How the nation feels about its elected officials is surveyed and monitored on a monthly basis. According to a February poll by Gallup, 12 percent of Americans approve of the job that Congress is doing. This is a little below what it was at this point in 2013, but three points...
  • #WTHill: Open Mouth, Insert Foot

    Two things every Congressional staffer has done during their career: Drink at the Capitol Lounge and play in the Congressional softball league. Think of them as rites of passage. The Missouri delegation met every Tuesday in “our” corner; it just so happens that it was also 10-cent wing night. Purely a coincidence…There I was one Tuesday, out way longer than I should have been and feeling on top...

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