In 2018 IREM Maryland renamed our Past Presidents Grant Fund after R. Bruce Campbell. Bruce was a two time past President of the chapter and the long time legislative committee chair. No one was a bigger proponent of IREM. Bruce was an IREM Instructor for years and a winner of the prestigious Lloyd D. Hanford Sr. Distinguished Instructor award from IREM HQ. Bruce passed away in 2018 and is missed everyday. His legacy is indelibly linked to IREM Maryland.
Whether you’re aspiring to achieve an IREM credential and/or looking to enrich your knowledge, IREM is committed to helping you reach your professional development goals. Cost doesn’t have to be an obstacle – IREM has a wide array of scholarships available to help alleviate the financial burdens associated with higher education.
The IREM Marykand R. Bruce Campbell Grant Fund has been established to help those members of the chapter who are experiencing financial hardship or lack of financial support from their employers. Grants are available to help with the costs of IREM education courses and seminars.
Download IREM Maryland R. Bruce Campbell Grant Fund Application
Additionally, IREM HQ offers scholarship programs at the national level through the IREM Foundation. The IREM Foundation awards scholarships to qualified students at all career stages, from those currently enrolled in college to those working towards an IREM credential.
Download IREM HQ Foundation scholarship applications.
To honor an IREM faculty member, IREM Chapter 16 past president, and mentor to many IREM Chapter 16 candidates, an idea was presented to the Executive Council of IREM Chapter 16 to establish a scholarship fund in the name of our friend and mentor Leonard Frenkil Jr. Our Executive Council is excited to announce an annual scholarship for one candidate to take the IREM CPM® Capstone and Certification exam.
The fund will provide up to $2000 per applicant to cover the costs of IREM Region 3 IREM CPM® Capstone and Certification exam. The Scholarship is open to all ARM®, ACoM, CPM® Candidates, Associate Members, and Student Members in good standing with Chapter 16.
All Applicants must:
• Be a US Citizen or be able to legally work in the US.
• Be a current candidate of Maryland Chapter 16 in good standing.
• Complete the official application form.
• Write a personal letter (email is acceptable) that clearly states the applicant’s career objectives and how the scholarship will help the applicant reach those goals.
• Be interviewed by two members of the Executive Committee.
• Agree to participate on a committee of the EC’s choice for a minimum of one year upon receipt of the scholarship.
Only one award will be given per applicant, per calendar year. The IREM Maryland Chapter 16 Leonard Frenkil, Jr. Scholarship Fund award is subject to funds available at the time of the application