The BOMA Boston Education Scholarship was established in 2007 to support BOMA members in their pursuit of top-level continuing real estate education courses and professional development opportunities, who would otherwise not be able to do so on their own. The scholarship will benefit those individuals who are currently enrolled in the BOMI Designation Program or are pursuing other course offerings through both BOMA Boston and BOMA International.
BOMA Boston will offer up to three (3) scholarships each year to BOMA Boston members.
The scholarship will cover: the cost of one BOMI International course per recipient. The course must be a classroom course hosted by BOMA Boston. The scholarship may be used to cover the Foundations of Real Estate Management Course offered through BOMA Boston instead of a BOMI course. BOMA Boston will also consider applicants for the BOMA International educational programs and conferences.
* Scholarship recipients must take the course within one year (2018 courses).
* Students must successfully complete the course.
Who is Eligible?
You must be a BOMA Boston Member in good standing. If the scholarship you are applying for will cover one BOMI International Designation course, you must be currently enrolled at BOMI International as an RPA, FMA, SMA, or SMT student. Please ask BOMA Boston for information on enrolling in BOMI if you are not sure that you are enrolled in a program.
Please note: students must not receive duplicate tuition reimbursement from their companies.
How to Apply
Please submit a one-page essay on 'Why You Should be Considered for a Scholarship'. Your essay must be typed, single-spaced, one side only. Tip: candidates generally address the need for career advancement and professional development.
Please submit a letter of recommendation from a current employer.
To submit your application and letter of recommendation for the scholarship, please contact Cam Archibald.
BOMA Boston Member/standing
Currently enrolled in a Designation Program
Interest in education and need for assistance