Dillard University's Community Development Corporation (CDC) Is dedicated to the rebuilding of New Orleans: physically,
emotionally. and economically. The CDC was established In 2002 to increase homeownershlp in Gentllly neighborhoods. That focus shifted In 2005 following Hurricane Katrina. Today the CDC Is actively engaged in revitalization across the cIty - working to assist in rebuilding the Infrastructure of our city.
while also offering numerous community outreach programs for residents to Improve their personal lives.
The CDC Is supported by many remarkable
sponsors and Is proud to partner with a number of organizations and companies both locally and nationally. As a 50 1 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, our work Is made possible through the generous support of the following foundations and companies.
FREE - Open to the Public
“Addressing Obesity through Healthy Lifestyles”
“How to Prepare Your Finances”
“Federal Government 101”
This is a Free Citywide Community Event!
“ Addressing Youth Obesity through Healthy Lifestyles”
This well attended event was quite the success for bringing together prospective employees and available federal jobs and contracts.
This year’s event topped our expectations. Attendance was high and everyone had a great time learning about healthy lifestyle choices.
Free and open to the public on the Dillard University campus. More than 60 amazing exhibitors and vendors to help make your dreams come true.
Women business owners should seek to leverage the opportunities available through the federal government to drive revenue growth. This workshop will guide you in doing just that.
Do you need help with: Clearing title • Successions • Property Liens • Blight Judgments • Co-owner Disputes • Tax Sales • Getting Road Home or other Funds?
Assess the community’s vision for redeveloping the Morris F.X. Jeff, Sr. Municipal Auditorium located in the Historic Treme Neighborhood in Louis Armstrong Park.
Participants will receive information regarding potential disaster contracting requirements, registering with the Central Contractor Registration (CCR), and how to respond to notices for federal opportunities.
If you've ever wanted or needed to learn how to work Quickbooks accounting software, here's your opportunity. Quickbooks skills are sought after by many employers!
While the city of New Orleans has experienced great strides in its rebuilding efforts since Hurricane Katrina ravaged the city nearly six years ago, there is much work still to be done. Dillard University CDC continues to lead the charge to restore the Gentilly neighborhoods and beyond. Read more..
- Grant Writing Workshops
- Entergy AMI Pilot Program
- Safety Initiatives
- Strategic Vision & Mission
- Neighborhood Investment
- Housing Fair
- Grant Writing Workshop
- Womens Business Conference
- Financial Literacy
- Homeowner Assistance
- Health & Fitness Fair
- Youth Festival