The North Texas CCIM Chapter’s Course Scholarship Program was created to support qualified real estate professionals in their efforts to achieve the CCIM designation.
Recipients should exemplify the high caliber of professionalism that comprise the CCIM Institute AND the North Texas CCIM Chapter.
Each award is to be applied towards one of the following CCIM Designation Courses: CI 101, CI 102, CI 103, CI 104.
The North Texas CCIM Chapter, in collaboration with the CCIM Foundation, strives to provide educational and professional development opportunities for commercial real estate professionals.
In pursuit of this objective, the two entities have contributed to the endowments that fund the following awards:
Charles McClure Endowment Scholarship - $1000.00
This endowment scholarship honors Charles McClure who has served on various CCIM committees both locally and nationally.
In 2007, Mr. McClure was elected Vice President of the CCIM Institute.
In 2008, he served as President Elect and in 2009, he served as CCIM Institute President.
Mr. McClure is a senior instructor for the CCIM Institute and continues to help foster and further education throughout the CCIM organization.
Jay Lucas Endowment Scholarship - $1000.00
This endowment scholarships honors Jay Lucas.
Mr. Lucas has served on several committees in the North Texas chapter and was elected Chapter President in 1990 and 1991.
In 1995, Mr. Lucas served as CCIM Institute President and continues to support the North Texas Chapter.
The North Texas CCIM Chapter endeavors each year to raise funds for scholarships and continuing education in the North Texas area. For over 20 years, the Chapter has held the North Texas CCIM Annual Sporting Clays Tournament.
Proceeds from this event help fund scholarship awards and continuing education opportunities.
The amount of these scholarships are at the sole discretion of the North Texas CCIM Board of Directors and Scholarship Committee.
Recipient will receive a full or partial tuition enrollment in one of the CCIM designation courses.