The UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate provides a range of engagement opportunities for professionals across the industry spectrum. This interaction creates ways for professionals to meaningfully participate in advancing the mission of the Ziman Center in a mutually beneficial way. Whether working with students or assisting in the University’s many community service activities, the Ziman Center relies on professionals to provide essential guidance, insight and expertise. The following is a sampling of opportunities to get involved:
  • UCLA Ziman Center Board of Advisors
  • Affordable Housing Advisory Council (AHAC)
  • UCLA Real Estate Alumni Group (REAG)
  • Networking Events & Industry Programs
  • Critical Issues Series
  • Guest Lecturing Engagements
  • Sponsor Exclusive Receptions
  • Real Estate Corporate Concierge & Customized Recruiting Solutions
  • Applied Management Research (MBA Team Field Studies)
  • Research Fellows & Fellowships
  • Research Funding
  • Conferences & Seminars
  • Mentorship Program
  • Keynote a Dinner for Eight
  • Host a Day on the Job Field Trip
  • Distinguished Speaker Series
  • Advise Student Case Competition Teams
  • Real Estate Career Development and Student Recruiting

Corporate Concierge Recruiting

The UCLA Ziman Center’s Real Estate Corporate Concierge program provides a customized and direct recruitment and placement channel for companies to fill hiring and internship needs with top UCLA students and graduates. The customized real estate recruitment and internship platform is available exclusively to members and guests of the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate.

Howard and Irene Levine Affordable Housing Development Program (LAHDP)

LAHDP is a university-level educational program designed to provide professionals with the knowledge and practical skills to develop affordable housing.
There are several opportunities to be a part of the program
UCLA Event
Howard J. Levine Distinguished Lecture on Business Ethics & Social Responsibility
UCLA Event
UCLA Distinguished Speaker Series in Affordable Housing

UCLA Anderson Forecast Predicts Near-Record Growth as Economy Recovers

In California, recovery comes faster than the rest of the U.S.


Black Entrepreneurship in Real Estate

Presented by BBSA/AREA and UCLA Ziman

The Housing Shortage and Homelessness: A Researcher’s Perspective

Warren Olney probes real estate authority Stuart Gabriel on California's failures