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10 Mentor Program Alfred Klairmont President Imperial Realty Speaker Series A s a complement to the Foundation's successful Mentor Program and to honor Harold Eisenberg's legacy for learning and leadership, the Speaker Series focuses on contemporary issues facing today's real estate world. The Foundation's 40 volunteer expert lecturers are active members of the real estate community who travel to schools, organizations and companies to share with participants their experiences in this dynamic and ever-changing business. The series provides an excellent dialogue between the student and the speaker and often leads to longer term relationships. From discussing basic real estate principals and industry trends to offering key insights and suggesting fi nancial strategies, the Foundation's real estate experts provide individual presentations, panel discussions or forums that can be tailored to the organization's specifi c needs. We believe their expertise can be invaluable in adding a unique perspective to a classroom, meeting, conference or event. Over the past year, the Speaker Series has had events throughout the Midwest, including at the following institutions: DePaul University, University of Madison at Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Indiana University, Northwestern University, Roosevelt University, University of Illinois, Marquette University, and John Marshall Law School. We look forward to another successful year. S ince its inception in 2000, the Mentorship Program, has been the Foundation's cornerstone real estate education program. This program honors Harold Eisenberg's legacy by carrying on his passion for sharing his professional experiences with young people. Mentorships provide an exciting opportunity for students to experience the real working world through the eyes and mind of a real estate professional through intimate one-on-one day-long journeys. Our team of over 125 Chicago-based volunteer mentors are industry leaders from a variety of real estate disciplines. Mentors are asked to guide students as they conduct their usual business activities. To compliment this program and keep the real estate community connected, each year we host a Real Estate Education Networking Event, where students and young professionals have the opportunity to connect with our esteemed mentors and speakers. This year's event took place at the Hubbard Inn on June 18, 2014. Barry Millman Principal Horizon Realty Services

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