2010 Push for the Pin Program/Application
The Push for the Pin Scholarship was created to support qualified real estate professionals in their efforts to achieve the CCIM designation. Recipients should exemplify the high caliber of professionals that comprise the CCIM Institute.
Includes the following:
• Recipients of this scholarship should be selected from among individuals who have already successfully completed CI 101 and are currently Candidate Members of the CCIM Institute and have a need for financial assistance.
• Each applicant should be able to demonstrate a commitment to a commercial real estate career (see application).
• Each applicant should be able to demonstrate active involvement as a dues paying member with a local CCIM Chapter (see application).
Each recipient will receive a full tuition enrollment in one of the following CCIM designation courses: CI 103 or CI 104.
NOTE: Scholarship recipients will be responsible for reimbursing the Foundation for the full cost of a failed course; failing the course renders the scholarship null and void.
Applications are submitted directly to the individual’s local CCIM Chapter. It is required that the specific course as well as date of course selected be submitted at the same time as the application.
NOTE: The course selected can only be taken in 2010. The scholarship can not be applied retroactively to any course already taken; the award is not redeemable for cash; the foundation will not reimburse individuals for any courses already taken.
Deadline for Submission to Chapters
January 15th, 2010. The list of CCIM chapter can be found by going to http://chapters.ccim.com
On or before February 15th, 2010. Letters will be sent from the Education Foundation of the CCIM Institute notifying those selected. Once accepted, recipients are responsible for registering for the class and making their own travel arrangements.
2010-2011 LAEDC Economic Forecast
2011 CCIM Greater Los Angeles Events Calendar
Please Note: This calendar is subject to changes.
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Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards Program. This program is designed to promote the benefits of networking within the LA Chapter of CCIM, to recognize and reward members for working transactions together, and to document transactions of the chapter.
CCIM LA MVP Transaction Form
Please use this form to participate in the LA CCIM MVP Awards Program. If you have questions, please contact Wolf Baschung at email@example.com
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Push for the Pin CI-101 Scholarship Info and App