Commercial Real Estate

CCIM offers scholarships: Members of the Certified Commercial Investment Member Institute can apply for opportunities

By Staff Report, posted 2 months ago

The Certified Commercial Investment Member Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization committed to advancing the commercial real estate industry, is offering several scholarship opportunities for its members for real estate-related education.
There are only a few opportunities left for the year for scholarship applications.
THE PARAMETERS FOR QUALIFICATION, ACCORDING TO CCIM, ARE AS FOLLOWS:
•   Must be a current member of the North Carolina Chapter of CCIM
•   Scholarship covers up to $1,000 in Class Cost
•   Must be used on a North Carolina CI Class as stated on the application.
•   The check will be dispersed upon the completion of the course. The recipient must send course completion certificate to Page Stroud at pstroud@nc-ccim.org
•   This scholarship application, typed letter and current resume must be combined and sent as one PDF file or the application will be rejected.
Candidates for the CCIM designation (those who wish to become a member of a CCIM chapter and are actively pursuing the CCIM designation) must finish an education component, pass the Comprehensive Exam, fill out a membership application, and pay annual dues. With the exception of Fast Track members,
candidates are also required to submit a Portfolio of Qualifying Experience for review.
Industry research indicates that designees of CCIM outperform other commercial real estate agents. Since 1967, over 20,000 professionals have completed the program for designation.
To learn more about CCIM and the benefits that the organization offers, visit www.ccim.com/about-ccim.

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