Check out our video from the 17th Annual NERSC Conference in Stowe, Vermont
produced by WeCast Productions!
2014-2015 NERSC, Inc. Board of Directors
Congratulations to Misty Pisani from Peabody Properties
for winning the 2015 NERSC Excellence in Service Award!
NERSC and Resident Service Coordination
As the premiere source of training and professional
development for Resident Service Coordinators in New England and beyond, NERSC
represents over 400 RSC’s and housing professionals. Our primary function is to honor our commitment to expanding and enhancing the profession of Service Coordination by convening for a 2.5 day professional conference every year, in early May. Through education and training, our Annual Conference provides an opportunity for Resident Service Coordinators and other property management professionals to come together, share valuable ideas and experience, and stay informed about the latest trends in serving residents in affordable housing.
The NERSC Board of Directors guides the organization and provides regional leadership on important issues pertaining to ‘best practice’ in resident services. The NERSC Conference Planning Committee is made up of an exceptional team of RSC’s from the 6 New England states, who generously donate their time to work year-round to make the Annual Conference an excellent opportunity for fellow professionals to receive training of the highest quality. NERSC is a 501-C3 non-profit organization. We welcome newcomers and RSC’s who are seeking training from outside of New England too! Please join us in May 4-6, 2016 to celebrate the 18th Annual Conference of NERSC, Inc. in Hartford, Connecticut.
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