NAIOP Colorado is seeking applications from members 35 years old or younger to be part of its 2016 Mentor Class.
The NAIOP Colorado Mentor Program
is designed to match a limited number of mentees with experienced industry professionals who will provide them with the opportunity to learn different aspects of the real estate industry. Mentors will share career and professional advise to help mentees succeed in life and the real estate industry.
In order to graduate from the program, an applicants must attend at least three out of four educational programs and meet with their mentors on a monthly basis.
A mentor is recruited for each participant based on information in his or her application, personality test, goals and work history. Past mentors have included Christopher King, president of DPC Development Co.; Mary Sullivan, senior managing director of HFF, LP; and Michael Cantwell, executive vice president of CBRE Inc.
The program's educational events include:
- Business development and networking coach
- Public speaking/interview training
- Personality profile review
- Business workplace etiquette, including wine tasting
- Current real estate trends and negotiations
Only 10 to 15 applicants will be selected to participate. The application deadline is April 4.
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