The Milwaukee Business Journal recognized the Milwaukee TechForce Training Center as Milwaukee's Best Public/Private Partnership of 2016.
Adrianne Todman named new CEO of NAHRO
Mayor Tom Barrett and other dignitaries joined with students to mark the start of Employ Milwaukee's TechHire IT training at the Milwaukee TechForce Training Center.
HACM and ResCare hosted a job fair March 9, 2017.
Dr. Ben Carson is the 17th Secretary since HUD's creation in 1965.
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HACM's YouthBuild Program introduces young adults to construction careers and helps to rebuild the community.
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HACM and WWBIC hosted a graduation ceremony for 240 graduates of the "Make Your Money Talk" program.
The Milwaukee TechForce Training Center was named a finalist for the State Farm Building Blocks Award at the 2017 MANDI Awards, which will be held April 6, 2017.
HACM families received a special invitation to enjoy a new adaption of "A Christmas Carol" staged by The Milwaukee Rep.
MMSD honored Westlawn Gardens as a "Green Luminary" for being a model of sustainability.
Bloomberg View columnist Noah Smith writes that public housing gives the U.S.'s most destitute citizens the boost they need to climb out of poverty.
HACM and ReThink: Why Housing Matters recently hosted a screening of the documentary “Our Journey Home,” which explores the role that affordable housing plays in the lives of people and healthy communities.
HACM's Education Initiative started the school year off with an educational resource event and took a road trip to the home of the Green Bay Packers.
Over 120 business representatives attended a HACM contractor fair to learn about doing business with HACM and an expected $200 million of upcoming contracting opportunities.
HACM is part of a team selected to restore Milwaukee's historic Soldiers Home buildings to the service of veterans.
The Milwaukee Bucks & Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin announced a $5 million long-term initiative on Milwaukee's north side that will include a learning center at Carmen Schools' Northwest campus.
Jermaine Potts may be the new poster child of a “comeback kid.” The 18-year-old was recognized recently as 2016’s Most Improved Student at a celebration of the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee’s Education Initiative. He was also named class salutatorian at James Groppi High School. But things didn't look so good for Potts just a few years ago.
HACM's 2016 Annual Meeting celebrated Milwaukee's Choice Neighborhood.