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New Veterans Scholarship Program


The CCIM Foundation is excited to announce the creation of a scholarship program to support our U.S. military veterans! Beginning in 2021, the CCIM Foundation will provide qualified veterans with up to $20,000 each to pursue non-degree commercial real estate education. More information on this program will be announced soon!



New Named Endowed Scholarships


The CCIM Foundation is pleased to announce it approved match funding for the following 13 new named endowed scholarships at its April 2020 board meeting:
  • Colorado/Wyoming CCIM Chapter – Steve R. Price CCIM Scholarship
  • East Florida CCIM District – Noble Properties Scholarship
  • El Paso CCIM Chapter – Carleen R. Barth CCIM Scholarship
  • Hawaii CCIM Chapter – Leil Koch Trust Scholarship
  • Idaho CCIM Chapter – Gary R. Hawkins CCIM Scholarship
  • Kansas CCIM Chapter – Darrell Leason Scholarship
  • Los Angeles CCIM Chapter – Sharon Carz CCIM Scholarship
  • Northern Nevada CCIM Chapter – Dewey Struble CCIM Scholarship
  • North Texas CCIM Chapter – Ralph Bullard Scholarship
  • North Texas CCIM Chapter – Susan Barbee McClure CCIM Scholarship
  • Southern Nevada CCIM Chapter – Tiah Brooks First American Title Scholarship
  • Southern Arizona CCIM Chapter – Ryan W. Heinfeld CCIM Memorial Scholarship
  • South Texas/San Antonio CCIM Chapter – John T. Crone III CCIM Scholarship
With the approval of these new scholarships, the CCIM Foundation now has 140 fully funded, chapter associated scholarships. Congratulations to the chapters and honorees!


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CCIM Foundation Goldie Scholar Announced


Irene Papierek CCIM Foundation Goldie Scholarship recipient CCIM Foundation, in partnership with The Goldie Initiative, is pleased to announce that Goldie Scholar Irene Papierek, Master’s in Real Estate (MSRE) student at Roosevelt University and General Manager at Lillibridge Healthcare Services, has been named the CCIM Foundation Goldie Scholarship award recipient for 2019-20.

The CCIM Foundation funded scholarship is limited to women studying commercial real estate at one of our CCIM University Fast Track partner universities, including Roosevelt University. Goldie Scholars attending one of these partner universities were invited to submit an application to be considered as the inaugural CCIM Foundation Goldie Scholar. The CCIM Foundation board of directors reviewed the applicant pool and selected the recipient.


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Give the Gift of Stock and It May Save on Taxes


Did you know you can make a charitable donation to the CCIM Foundation by gifting your publicly-held stock? If your stock has been held for more than one year and has increased in value, the tax benefits may be better than giving cash. Find out more about the benefits of gifting your stock today!»


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