Developing Leaders

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Developing Connections. Developing Leaders.

NAIOP's Developing Leaders program is the catalyst you've been looking for to propel your career to the next level. We provide the tools, networking and resources you need to gain that competitive edge. If you're a commercial real estate professional who's 35 or under, your DL community can take you from where you are now, to where you want to be!

So you're ready to join NAIOP's Developing Leaders? Congratulations on a move that will benefit your career! But did you know that if you are the fourth or more person to join from your company — and in your same local chapter — you could qualify for a Corporate membership, which could save you even more money?

As you complete the online membership application, the dues calculator will automatically select the best dues rate for you. This means that you could join as a Corporate Affiliate member — if your company already has three members in your same local chapter. In some cases, it's still most cost-beneficial to join in the Developing Leaders category. Know that NAIOP will ensure that you are joining in the best and most cost-beneficial category for you.

Don't worry ... if the best membership is an Affiliate member under your company's Corporate membership, you still have all the perks and benefits of participating in the Developing Leaders program, as long as NAIOP knows your date of birth (proof of birth date is required).

“The continued success of any association or organization is attracting new blood to the group that can inject fresh ideas and unbridled energy. This program is an ideal way to bring young professionals to NAIOP-Pittsburgh, so we can continue the traditions, activities and important work of our chapter to the benefit of the entire real estate industry.”

For more information, contact Jackie Bezek at Jackie.Bezek@am.jll.com or Erica Loftus at info@naioppittsburgh.com

Note: To activate your membership, email membership@naiop.org a clear copy of your government issued identification (driver's license, birth certificate, or passport) to provide proof of your age.