How to Get Your Students Started: Exploring Real Estate Careers
First, you and your students can explore the site. When many people think about real estate, they think about brokerage agents. But there's far more to this growing sector. From engineering, design, architecture and lending to property management, development, investment and construction, the industry has jobs for students at any level of educational achievement. Get started by having your students explore these three elements...
We have created tools and resources that are valuable when introducing the Real Estate industry to your students. Often you are asked, “what are the entry level requirements for a particular job?” As you know, no two paths are exactly alike. We have created a simple framework that highlights educational requirements for various positions after leaving high school.
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"Many in the industry would say you’d have to possess a little bit of crazy to be in the field of property management. I can attest to that statement."
"I am so thankful for the fateful day when I spoke with my student advisor at the University of Georgia that explained all of the immense opportunities the property management industry had for me."
"I was in a meeting last night and someone posed the question, what’s real estate? Someone answered real estate is everything around us, and it really shifted my thinking towards the industry."
"Shannon Crane is a Regional Director for RangeWater Real Estate. She oversees the operations of a portfolio in the Atlanta Area."
"Will discovered his career after working temporary jobs as an event coordinator and inside sales for a consumer products company in Atlanta."
"I love taking an extraordinary vision for the places that we live, work and play in and then guiding them into reality."
"Since graduating and leaping into the ranch real estate industry, I attribute much of my success to being active in associations like the Realtors Land Institute."
"As a first-generation college graduate, I wasn’t sure where to start looking. As I thought about my future career, I never imagined it would involve the multifamily housing industry. I always knew I loved being around people, so working with people in every way, was a given for me."
"My real estate career started in college, by picking up the phone and calling the company that I had dreams of working for, despite there not being any publicly offered internships."
"The CREW Network Foundation allowed me to deepen my interest in this field by awarding me one of their scholarships in 2018. From the connections that I made being a part of the CREWDC Chapter, and the knowledge of the industry I gained at their annual convention, I graduated to pursue a career in construction management."
“My introduction to real estate began at an early age with two parents who worked in residential real estate. I heard a lot of buzz words thrown around the house and had a lot of familiarity with the residential side of the business, but the world of commercial real estate was a completely new realm. "
A primary goal of our site is to assist you in understanding the requirements necessary to obtain a career that offers a career path with numerous rewards beyond a pay check. If you have questions or need additional resources, there is someone available that can direct you to the appropriate person. Our site is dynamic and is only successful if it provides you with the answers you need. For more information, contact the associations directly or reach out to Debbie@careersbuldingcommunities.org or call 404-787-4409. Dr. Debbie Phillips is an educator, career coach and workforce development specialist. We appreciate the opportunity to partner with you!
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