BOMA Boston Education Scholarship Mission Statement
of the BOMA Boston Education Scholarship is to support BOMA
members in their pursuit of continuing real estate education
and professional development opportunities who would
otherwise not be able to do so on their own. The BOMA
Education Scholarship Fund was established in 2007 to
provide BOMA members with access to top-level continuing
real estate education courses and programs. The scholarship
will benefit those individuals who are currently enrolled in
the BOMI education program or are pursuing other course
offerings through both BOMA Boston and BOMA International.
The BOMA Education Scholarship will be awarded at the annual
BOMA Boston TOBY & Industry Awards Dinner on November 17,
2011. To date BOMA Boston has awarded 14 scholarship winners
since its inception.
BOMA Boston Education Scholarship Fund
Boston will offer up to three (3) scholarships each year
to BOMA Boston members who are pursuing continuing
education opportunities through the BOMI Education
Program, BOMA Boston or BOMA International’s course
Scholarships cover the following:
The cost of one BOMI course only per
scholarship year and are awarded once per academic year.
The course must be a classroom style course (10 Week or
Accelerated) offered through BOMA Boston.
The Foundations of Real
Estate Management Course offered through BOMA Boston.
BOMA Boston will also consider applicants for the BOMA
International educational programs and conferences,
including the Harvard Real Estate Program and the BOMA
International Real Estate Congress. Average cost for one BOMI class is $1000; average cost for the Foundations of
Real Estate is $600; average cost for Harvard Real
Estate program is $3500.
Scholarships start with the announcement of winners at
the BOMA Boston TOBY & Industry Awards Dinner on
Thursday, November 17th at the Sheraton
Decisions are made by the BOMA Boston Scholarship
Scholarship recipients must take the course within one
Students must attend the majority of the classes to
which the scholarship is applied.
Students must successfully complete the course.
must be a BOMA Boston Member. If the scholarship you are
applying for will cover one BOMI course you must be
currently enrolled at BOMI International as an RPA, FMA,
SMA, or SMT student, enrolled in classroom study or
accelerated courses. Please ask BOMA Boston for
information on enrolling in BOMI.
note: Students must not receive duplicate tuition
reimbursement from their companies. Students may not have
two BOMA Boston scholarships running concurrently.
How do I
one-page essay on - ‘Why I should be considered for a
scholarship.’ Your essay must be typed on one 8 1/2 X 11
sheet, single-spaced, one side only. Candidates
generally address the need for career advancement and
of recommendation from current employer (Please include
a current business card if possible.)
What Are the
Scholarship Committee determines each award on the merit
of the points addressed in the essay,
the material contained in the letter of reference, and if needed,
a ‘’face-to-face’’ interview.
Scholarship Committee is made up of the current
chairperson of the BOMA Education Committee; the current
president of BOMA Boston, and 2 at-large BOMA Education
September 23rd, 2011
I should be considered for a scholarship.’ Your essay must be
typed on one 8 1/2 X 11 sheet, single-spaced, one side only.
Candidates generally address the need for career advancement and
Letter of recommendation from current employer
(Please include a copy of your current business card if
For more information or questions contact
Kayla Burmeister of BOMA Boston at 617-399-7863 or