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The Michael J. Aldieri Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is available to any Candidate for Designation of the Connecticut Chapter of the Appraisal Institute (CCAI) who is actively pursuing the MAI or SRA membership designation. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage knowledge, excellence and professionalism in the appraisal industry. The scholarship will award full tuition reimbursement for any required AI course offering in the designation path. The recipient of this scholarship must :

·        Be a CCAI Candidate in good standing

·        Have a proven history of motivation, diligence and work ethic toward educational and career advancement.

·        Demonstrate a commitment to professional excellence and obtaining an MAI or SRA membership designation.

·       Hold the status “continuing education program completed.”

·       Have not been subject to a publishable disciplinary action by the Appraisal Institute within the five (5) years prior to election or appointment.


The CCAI Scholarship Committee will assess whether or not the applicant meets the above requirements based on the following applicant submissions:

1.    Completed application

2.    Detailed resume

3.    Personal statement: What about your past achievements, current commitments and future professional goals makes you best suited to be the recipient of this scholarship? Please be detailed and specific.

4.    Letter of recommendation

5.    Proof of course completion and passage

6.    Receipt of payment for the course


The CCAI Scholarship Committee will review all applicants’ submissions and award one scholarship a year at the CCAI annual December meeting. Application submissions may be made between October 1st and November 10th. Selection is based on the applicant’s submission of the six required documents above and is not need-based


The Rachel Gioia, MAI Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is available to any minority and/or woman Candidate for Designation of the Connecticut Chapter of the Appraisal Institute (CCAI) who is active in appraising and needs financial assistance to take Appraisal Institute courses leading to the MAI or SRA membership designation. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage minorities and women Candidates to pursue knowledge, excellence and professionalism in the appraisal industry. The scholarship will award full tuition reimbursement for any required AI course offering in the designation path. The recipient of this scholarship must:

·        Be a CCAI Candidate in good standing

·        Be a minority as identified by the U.S. Census Bureau or Female

·        Demonstrate a financial need

·        Have a proven history of motivation, diligence and work ethic toward educational and career advancement

·        Demonstrate a commitment to professional excellence and obtaining a MAI or SRA membership designation

·        Hold the status “continuing education program completed.”

·        Have not been subject to a publishable disciplinary action by the Appraisal Institute within the five (5) years prior to election or appointment.

 

The Scholarship Committee will assess whether or not the applicant meets the
above requirements based on the following applicant submissions:

1.    Completed application

2.    Detailed resume

3.    Personal statement: Identify your minority status, as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau. What about your past achievements, current commitments, future professional goals, and financial need makes you best suited to be the recipient of this scholarship? Please be detailed and specific.

4.    Letter of recommendation

5.    Proof of course completion and passage

6.    Receipt of payment for the course

The Scholarship Committee will review all of the applicants’ submissions and award one Scholarship a year at the CAAI annual December meeting. Application submissions may be made between October 1st and November 10th. Selection is based on the applicant’s submission of the six required documents above and is need-based.


Scholarship Application Form


The William Kinnard Memorial Professional Development Scholarship

This scholarship is available to any Appraisal Institute Designated Member who wishes to expand his or her current knowledge base into an area of professional academic specialty or service through an AI “certificate of completion” for any Appraisal Institute Professional Development Program. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage knowledge, excellence and professionalism in the appraisal industry. The scholarship will award full tuition reimbursement for any required AI course offering in any one of the AI Professional Development Programs. The recipient of this scholarship must:

·        Be a Connecticut Chapter Appraisal Institute (CCAI) Designated Member in good standing

·        Have a proven history of motivation, diligence and work ethic toward educational and career advancement.

·        Hold the status “continuing education program completed.”

·        Have not been subject to a publishable disciplinary action by the Appraisal Institute within the five (5) years prior to election or appointment.

 


The Scholarship Committee will assess whether or not the applicant meets the
above requirements based on the following applicant submissions:

1.    Completed application

2.    Detailed resume

3.    Personal statement: What about your past achievements, current commitments and future professional goals makes you best suited to be the recipient of this scholarship? Please be detailed and specific.

4.    Letter of recommendation

5.    Proof of course completion and passage

6.    Receipt of payment for the course


The Scholarship Committee will review all of the applicants’ submissions and
award one scholarship a year at the CCAI annual December meeting. Application
submissions may be made between October 1st and November 10th. Selection is
based on the applicant’s submission of the six required documents above and is
not need-based.