Long Island Realtor® Veteran Scholarship Program
The Long Island Board of REALTORS® can help get you started with a career in real estate. Veterans can take advantage of scholarship opportunities now offered through the
“We’re More Than Realtors®” Program.
The Long Island Realtors® Veteran Scholarship program provides financial assistance to those Veterans approved to attend the required NY 75-hour Salesperson qualifying course (a $295 value) at one of the Realtor® Service Centers
conveniently located in West Babylon, Riverhead, Woodbury, and Jackson Heights.
To be eligible for the Veteran Scholarship, you must meet the following
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- Must provide proof of military service – and an honorary discharge.
- Available for the New York 75-Hour Salesperson Qualifying Course offered by the
Long Island Board of REALTORS. The scholarship is only available for classroom
training that will take place at one of the four LIBOR Realtor Service Centers.
The scholarship is not applicable to online classes or any other real estate
- A limit of ten (10) scholarships per calendar year will be awarded, with a
maximum value of $295 per individual. The scholarship is for the cost of the
course only. Any additional costs are the responsibility of the recipient.
- The scholarship is being funded by the We’re More Than Realtors® Campaign
sponsored by the Long Island Board of REALTORS®, Inc. (LIBOR)
- The scholarship is non-transferrable. It is only available to Veterans. It does
not apply to family members.
- Applicants must call Christina to apply for scholarship. Chris Repman will
coordinate the registration process and will be responsible to provide proof of
attendance. Once attendance is verified on the first day of the scheduled class,
notice will be provided to LIBOR accounting to transfer $295 from the LIBOR
Public Relations budget line and apply to Education.
- The recipient of the scholarship is not required to take the NYS real estate
exam, and/or practice real estate. However, the recipient is expected to make
every effort to complete the classroom training that they have registered for.