REAP Returns to Cleveland. Applications to Open June 30
WHO: The Real Estate Associate Program (Project REAP), a 501C3 corporation headquartered in New York City.
WHAT: After a successful Spring program in Atlanta, Kansas City and Los Angeles, REAP returns this Fall with its 10 week, 20+ class schedule.
WHERE: Cleveland, Ohio and New York, NY
WHEN: Applications for New York will open to the public on Friday, June 30 at www.projectREAP.org and close on Friday August 4th, 2017.
WHY: Project REAP, the nation’s leading diversity initiative serving the commercial real estate industry, will be launching the return of its signature educational and networking program this Fall in New York City and Cleveland.
REAP exists to bridge the gap between talented minority professionals and the world of commercial real estate. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00-9:00pm, and taught by local experts in the commercial real estate industry. Topics range from market analysis, financial analysis, site selection, development, leasing and brokerage. In order to apply for the program, applicants must have a four-year degree from an accredited institution and 3 to 5 years of professional post-college work experience. Applicants will be screened with selected applicants interviewed in August. Tuition for those chosen is $750.00. Real estate experience is not necessary for selection as REAP seeks to identify candidates from across a wide spectrum of disciplines interested in a career in commercial real estate.
REAP welcomes collaborations with educational institutions, civic associations and professional organizations, whose interests may coincide with career and entrepreneurial advancement for minorities in the commercial real estate industry. The attached flyer provides details on the program, and we encourage you to share this alert with interested candidates, membership and stakeholders. All interested candidates can view a sample schedule at www.projectreap.org.
For early applicants, the portal is now open. Click here to apply now.