Scholarships

Welcome to the IREM Scholarship page.  WE have a new look. We want YOU to apply!

1) What is an IREM Scholarship?
An IREM Scholarship is here to assist you with the financial responsibilities of your real estate education to obtain your CPM, ARM, and / or ACoM designation. Each applicant may receive no more than $1,500 per calendar year in scholarship awards.

2) Who can apply?
An IREM member (CPM Candidate, ACoM, ARM, Associate, or Student) who is current with annual national and chapter dues, and expresses an interest in earning one of IREM’s credentials can apply. 

3) When can I apply?
Apply now.  At the beginning of each calendar year, the educational offerings are posted on the iremla.org website.  Please note:  It can take several weeks to review the completed scholarship application. 

4) How do I apply?
Click here for the application. Necessary documents before you begin are:  1) Resume, 2) Letter of recommendation from a CPM, ARM or ACoM member, 3) Company education reimbursement policy (if applicable), 4) Cover letter indicating your: a) financial need, b) career goals, steps to achieve, c) IREM past involvement. 

5) Help needed?
Call us! Please feel free to apply by contacting the IREM-LA Chapter Administrator, at 213-633-1990 or
e-mail us: info@iremla.org.

Scholarship Background
The mission statement of The Scholarship Fund, “The Fund” is to enhance real estate careers and promote the Institute’s “Industry Best Practices” through IREM educational courses. The Fund reaches out to and assists those interested in pursuing an education in real estate management and achieving an IREM credential.  In an effort to achieve this goal, the Fund was created and is made possible through generous contributions made by our members and benefactors.

The Fund Committee is made up of past IREM-LA Chapter presidents and officers. The Fund Committee members volunteer their time to raise monies and award scholarships on a fair and equitable basis. The Fund Committee designs programs tailored to minimize the financial costs associated with higher education, permitting the recipients to devote more time to pursuing their academic goals and advancing their leadership skills.

The criteria indicated are guidelines, and each application will be reviewed based on individual merit, financial need, and the availability of scholarship funds.

The Fund Committee wishes you all the best in your educational aspirations and looks forward to your continued involvement with the Los Angeles IREM Chapter!

Pam Huning, CPM – 2017 Scholarship Chair, IREM Los Angeles Past President, 2016