Scholarships

John T. Crone, III, CCIM Education Endowment

John Crone

John Vogel, CCIM Education Endowment

John Vogel

Background

The San Antonio/South Texas CCIM Chapter Scholarship Program was created to support qualified real estate professionals in their efforts to achieve the CCIM designation, as well as to support college students striving to further their career in the commercial real estate industry. The Chapter's Education Endowments honor John T. Crone, III, CCIM & John Vogel, CCIM as supportive board members of the San Antonio/South Texas CCIM Chapter. The San Antonio/South Texas CCIM Chapter Education Endowments were created by the San Antonio/South Texas CCIM Chapter with the matching funds provided by the CCIM Education Foundation. Named endowed scholarships honor those who have shown great dedication, commitment, outstanding achievement and service to the commercial real estate industry.

Scholarship Description

Each scholarship will accept applications from commercial real estate professionals and college students.  You only need to complete the application once to be considered for 1 of the 2 scholarships available. Scholarships will be awarded from each endowment each year. Applications will be evaluated by the Education Endowment Committee of the San Antonio/South Texas CCIM Chapter.

College Student Requirements

College students of junior, senior or graduate standing will be awarded a cash award to be used toward tuition or other educational expenses. The committee will give preference to applicants based on the following:

  • Each applicant should be able to demonstrate a commitment to the commercial real estate industry and the CCIM education.
  • Each applicant should have academic achievement in commercial real estate related course work.
  • Each applicant should be able to demonstrate active involvement as a dues paying member with the San Antonio/ South Texas CCIM Chapter.
  • Each applicant of this scholarship should have a need for financial assistance.

 

Commercial Real Estate Professional Requirements

Commercial real estate professionals who receive a scholarship would apply their scholarship towards either CI-101, CI-102, CI-103, or CI-104; in person courses or CCIM virtual course The committee will give preference to real estate professional applicants based on the following:

  • Each applicant should be able to demonstrate a commitment to a commercial real estate career.
  • Each applicant must be committed to the completion of coursework toward earning their CCIM designation.
  • Each applicant should be able to demonstrate active involvement as a dues paying member with the San Antonio/ South Texas CCIM Chapter.
  • Each applicant should be able to fulfill a scholarship recipient requirement to serve on a Chapter committee.