New Opportunities for Students
An accelerated skill development program for graduating students during their first two years with Lendlease. The program is structured to d
May is Jewish American Heritage Month, and ULI is proud to observe and honor the great achievements, stories, and valuable contributions of the Jewish community throughout American history. Jewish Americans—past and present—have engaged in the persistent work of building and transforming aspects of American life, both in commercial real estate and beyond.
ULI celebrates its Jewish American members and staff around the globe. In the face of longstanding oppression and discrimination, as well as increasing anti-Semitism and rising hate crimes against the Jewish community, we must remember to amplify the inspiring and resilient leadership of the Jewish community and strengthen our resolve in the fight against anti-Semitism and bigotry.
ULI is committed to pursuing unrelenting efforts to shape the built environment toward diverse, equitable, and inclusive communities. We continue to believe that current and future industry actions can—and must—remedy the impact of exclusionary practices that have affected the Jewish American community in the real estate industry and thereby create access and foster unity.
Every year in May, the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History leads a national celebration of Jewish American Heritage Month that features educational resources, stories, artifacts, virtual and online tours, and more. We encourage ULI members to explore these learning opportunities, programs, and resources and visit JewishHeritageMonth.gov to learn more about the history, culture, and impact of Jewish Americans. To learn more about DEI at ULI, please visit americas.uli.org/dei or contact [email protected].
Gwyneth Jones Coté
Senior Vice President
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion