CBRE is proud to offer an annual scholarship for in honor of former members of the CBRE Board of Directors who are alumni of Duke University, University of California, Berkeley and Vanderbilt University.
The scholarship provides a two-month, paid summer internship designed to advance the student’s readiness for a career in commercial real estate by:
- Empowering learning through meaningful work experiences
- Enhancing professional presence through exposure to senior executives and other leaders
- Creating connections and accelerating industry knowledge through collaboration with CBRE colleagues
Upon successful completion of the internship, the student will also receive a $5,000 scholarship for the following academic year.
Scholar Award Criteria
- As part of our commitment to furthering diversity and inclusion in our company and industry, we are pleased to offer this scholarship exclusively to students who are ethnically diverse.
- Demonstrated record of academic excellence
- School status: Full-time student (Undergraduate who has completed sophomore year but not started senior year or Graduate who has completed year one of program but not started final year)
- Employment Status: Not committed to another company/program after graduation
- U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident. At this time, CBRE will not sponsor a new applicant for employment authorization for this position
- Degree and Career Plan aligned with possible CBRE employment, preference to client facing positions or entry-level positions likely to lead to client facing
- Complete an application process that includes a video interview and professional references, within an established timeframe
- Ten weeks: June 1 – July 3
- Cohort group
- Leadership support for each intern
Committed to network group advisor
- Meaningful Project Work
One team project intern participates in
One project/responsibility that is core (e.g. spreadsheets, contract reviews)
Final presentation to Leadership Sponsor + 1, 2-3 members of selection committee
Tell us about yourself (What I did, what I learned, impact on my career plan, recommendations for future internship program)
- Two local social or charitable events, designed to provide networking opportunities