The California Community College Real Estate Education Endowment provides financial support to enhance real estate education in the California Community Colleges.
The goal of this program is to increase the number of real estate practitioners who are able to enroll in real estate education courses at the community colleges.
The Real Estate Endowment is a permanent fund established by the State of California Real Estate Commissioner in 1975. For over 35 years, the Chancellor’s Office managed the fund and executed all necessary activities in coordination with a Real Estate Advisory Board and the Department of Real Estate. The Foundation took over administrative responsibilities of the Endowment in July of 2015.
The Foundation oversees management and investment, as well as the day-to-day activities required in managing the endowment.
Primary activities include:
- The maintenance, development, and improvement of real estate courses, degrees, and certificates
- The maintenance and support of a scholarship program for worthy and disadvantaged students enrolled in real estate career-oriented programs.