Max Neuberger Chapter Scholarship and National Scholarships
METRO NEW JERSEY CHAPTER OF THE APPRAISAL INSTITUTE
MAX NEUBERGER MEMORIAL EDUCATIONAL FUND
Deadline to apply is February 26th and August 1st 2018
ABOUT THE EDUCATIONAL FUND
The Metro NJ Chapter (Chapter #1 of the AIREA) Board of Directors established the Max Neuberger Memorial Scholarship Fund 30 years ago. Max Neuberger, MAI, a former Chapter President, National Vice President, and tireless supporter of the Appraisal Institute was an advocate for education and a leader and mentor for the early-designated members of NJ Chapter #1.
The establishment of the Fund stated “there shall be no limitation upon the type of project for which the money can be used as long as it is within the general parameters of education and/or appraisal research, subject solely to the discretion of the Trustees.” The fund is currently supervised by the Metro New Jersey Chapter’s Scholarship Committee, and reports to the chapter Board of Directors. The committee is made up of the immediate chapter past president and two elected members by the chapter BOD to serve 2-year staggered terms.
At this time, the Scholarship committee wishes to award scholarships to Metro New Jersey Chapter Affiliates or Candidates to cover the registration cost of a course with a limit of $1,000 (does not include travel expenses). Scholarships will be awarded towards registration for any QE or AE Appraisal Institute course in the classroom. Scholarships can be used for *online education only if the course is not available in a classroom format within a 60-mile radius. Scholarship recipients should be or aspiring to be a candidate or designated member of the Metro New Jersey Chapter. Scholarships must be used within 1 year of issue date unless otherwise noted by Trustees.
*Note: For online courses, scholarship recipient must register for course and submit receipt to chapter for reimbursement.
University/College Student Scholarships: Scholarships up to $500 are available to students enrolled in a Business Program at any New Jersey University or College or graduated from a Business Program in the last 6 months. Selected recipient must register for course and submit receipt for reimbursement. All criteria above relating to registration and deadlines applies.
While it is intended that the primary recipients of the funds be residents of New Jersey, there is no restriction as to residency. It is intended that applicants will be candidates or practicing affiliates of the Metro New Jersey Chapter of the Appraisal Institute and university students enrolled in or graduated from in the last 6 months, a Business Program at a New Jersey University Or College to receive scholarships.
All decisions as to whether or not an applicant qualifies will be at the discretion of the Committee who will report to the chapter Board of Directors.
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
Accredited college degree, sincerity of purpose in real estate endeavors, contribution to chapter, school and community will be considered.
NATIONAL APPRAISAL INSTITUTE SCHOLARSHIPS