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Program Outline

CPM and ARM members gathered and volunteered their time to provide the foundation for the initial program offering.  IREM faculty and CPM members comprised the first steering committee who met with the community partner to determine the needs of the students that we wished to serve and develop course offerings that would accompany RES201 in providing a well-rounded curriculum to prepare for re-entry into the work community.

REstart works collaboratively with community service organizations committed to the needs of our target groups. Once students are accepted into the program, they begin a rigorous four (4) week classroom program and four (4) week internship.

Our Curriculum has been prepared to offer a variety of life experiences as follows:

  • An orientation is held before the start of each new class to meet with prospective students in the community.
  • Potential students complete applications and are then interviewed before being accepted into the program.
  • On the first day of a four (4) week class, there is a student orientation.
  • During this student orientation, the students are welcomed to the REstart Program and acquainted with the Property Management Industry, the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), and the Accredited Residential Manager (ARM) designation.
  • A coach is assigned to each student for one (1) year (the coach is an industry professional volunteer).
  • A mentor (who is usually a REstart graduate) is also assigned to each class.
  • Classroom Instruction of the RES201 course is taught by an IREM faculty member or a CPM.
  • Students must pass a test on the RES201 course materials before proceeding to the internship phase of this program.  Students who do not pass the test are given an opportunity to take the test a second time.
  • Self Empowerment and Protection is taught by a CPM member and an industry partner volunteer.
  • Fair Housing is taught by an attorney volunteer.
  • Leasing is taught by a CPM or an industry professional volunteer
  • Landlord/Tenant Law is taught by an attorney volunteer
  • A tour of an Apartment Community is usually conducted by a past internship host site
  • Business Ethics and Etiquette are taught by an industry professional volunteer
  • Students are given advice and guidance on how to prepare a resume and how to interview.
  • All students must do a four (4) week internship at an Apartment Community or a self-storage property and work on-site or at a Property Management Company corporate offices.  All host sites are volunteers.
  • At the end of the program, a graduation ceremony is held at an IREM luncheon, giving the students an opportunity to network and meet real estate professionals.
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Saturday Morning: 8:00 am

Saturday Vigil: 4:30 pm

Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:45 am,
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