It’s that time of year again! Our annual “What Makes a House a Home” scholarship contest is about to begin it’s 5th year.
All essays will be submitted here starting on Monday, April 20th. Keep checking back for updates and to read the essays of past winners!
We are excited to share a new component to the contest. This year we have added an “Inspirational Educator Award” where the top scholarship winner will nominate a local, active Thurston County educator who has inspired them. We will have the first place winner submit a short statement on how the educator has inspired them in turn awarding the educator with $500! We are looking forward to reading all the wonderful submissions once again this year.
The contest dates are as follows:
Submissions will be accepted April 20th through May 10th
Fan Voting will be from May 11th to May 15th
Top 10 Finalists will be announced on May 18th
Winners will be selected May 22nd
For complete details, rules and eligibility, visit: www.cbolympia.com/scholarship
We would like to congratulate Karen Kluvers on achieving her CRB (Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager) designation.
The Council of Real Estate Brokerage Managers (CRB), an affiliate of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®, is the professional organization for brokerage management. The Council is dedicated to providing quality professional development programs, products and services that continually enhance the management productivity and profitability of its more than 7,000 members.
The CRB Designation is recognized throughout the industry as the highest level of professional achievement — a symbol of excellence in brokerage management. The most successful brokerages are owned or managed by professionals having the coveted CRB Designation.
The Council awards the CRB Designation to those individuals who successfully complete the requirements and demonstrate excellence in real estate brokerage management. Candidates must complete academic and professional courses covering such topics as finance, marketing, training, recruiting, and strategic planning.
Job well done Karen!