About the Scholarship

This "California Association of Realtors Scholarship Foundation Award" awarded by the organization California Association of Realtors for those students who have a niche to make their career in real estates transactional activity such as brokerage, finance, management, development, appraisal, planning, law and other fields of study.

How to apply for the scholarship?

  • Applications are available on the official website 'California Association of Realtors' and all the applicants must access the online application in order to apply for this scholarship.

  • A student must submit his/her driving license or ID card as proof of California residency. 
  • Applicant must have to submit FAFSA or TASFA certificate.
  • A student must submit the Official scorecards of ACT/SAT to demonstrate the completion of the graduation semester as well as academic performance.

  • A student must also submit two recommendation letter from at least two of his/her faculty of the school.

  • In addition to that applicant must write and submit a 300 words essay on the applicant's career plans.

  • He/she has to submit official transcripts from his/her all college or universities.

    The awarded amount for the scholarship:

    The amount awarded for this scholarship is $4,000 per year and is non-renewable. But recipient can re-apply for this and can't get more than two years. The number of awards given to the eligible candidates varies depends on the number of eligible candidates applied for the scholarship and the availability of the fund amount.

    Deadline for the scholarship:

    The deadline for this scholarship is the 1st of April.

Eligibility Criteria

The applicant should be a legal resident of California for one or more years. 

He/she should have a valid California driver's license or I.D. card.

He/she must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

He/she has to enrol in a California college or university.

In addition to the all above things, he/she must be enrolled in six or more credits per semester with at least one course in real estate or a real estate-related subject.

He/she must attain in a college or university in the state of California.

He/she must have to score a grade point average of 2.6 or higher.

He/she should have to complete a minimum of 12 or more college-level course units within the last four years, and two or more courses must have been in real estate or real estate-related studies.

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