The Childress Klein Center for Real Estate was presented with a $25,000 gift from the Charlotte Region Commercial Board of REALTORS (CRCBR) earlier this month to continue funding their annual scholarships for Master of Science in Real Estate students. The CRCBR also recognized two MSRE students who are recent recipients of the organization's scholarship: Peter Stipicevic and John David Scott.
|2016 CRCBR President Keith Bell presents
a $25,000 gift to MSRE Program Director Alyson Craig.
The CRCBR is a professional organization dedicated to promoting high professional standards and services for its members and the commercial real estate industry. The organization has been a partner with the Childress Klein Center for Real Estate since 2008. It created the CRCBR Scholarship in 2013, and with this latest gift, will continue to provide scholarship funding through 2023. The CRCBR scholarship provides approximately $2,500 to two students annually, with preference given to CRCBR members.
Through generous donations from industry partners like CRCBR, the Childress Klein Center for Real Estate is able to offer scholarships ranging in amounts from $1,000 to $20,000 to 67 percent of students in the Master of Science in Real Estate program.
See recent scholarship winners and more about available scholarships on the real estate scholarships by clicking here.
About the Childress Klein Center for Real Estate
The goal of the Childress Klein Center for Real Estate (CKCRE) is to educate and develop real estate professionals, advance real estate research, and lead the community in conversations that educate and inspire innovation. The Center administers the M.S. in Real Estate program, the MBA concentration and the Graduate Certificate programs in real estate finance and development, and manages programming and outreach to the Real Estate Alumni Association and Real Estate Advisory Board. It has been ranked among the 20 most active research institutions in real estate for the past decade.
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