Apply Now for a Jack Moshgat Scholarship
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
by: BOMA San Diego

Section: News

It’s hard to believe that we are well into 2018! The never changing "passing of time" is a harsh reminder of how important it is that we have a keen, committed and focused eye on our future.

As busy, commercial real estate professionals it is easy to suddenly find ourselves out of touch with our forward momentum.  Budget season, operation expense estimations and reconciliations, capital projects, leasing, accruals, financials and tenant events, to name just a few of our tasks easily and quickly fill up our work days and more.

BOMA San Diego has been able to establish an ongoing scholarship awards program that will put you on the right track to securing your continuing education, assist you in making a positive difference in your job and for your employer, and in creating an impact in the commercial real estate world.

Annually, the BOMA San Diego Scholarship Subcommittee awards two scholarships to two deserving person’s desiring to pursue and expand their career in CRE. The Scholarship can be used towards the successful completion of 
an RPA, FMA or SMA Institute Class sponsored by BOMA San Diego (valued at $1,135). The scholarship may also be used toward the BOMA Foundations of Real Estate Management Course, approved by BOMI for RPA credit (valued at $525).

1.   One year experience in 
commercial real estate.
2.   Employed or a resident of the San Diego BOMA service area.
3.   BOMA San Diego membership required; active member or employee of a member company.
4.   Awardee required to pay one-time BOMI enrollment fee (currently $100).


1.   Complete scholarship application.
2.   Include personally composed letter addressing the 
desire for the scholarship award.


1.   Submit application to the Awards & Scholarships Committee in care of Teresa Henning via email to, by 5:00 p.m. Friday, April 13, 2018. Click here to download the application or contact Teresa Henning at for application format.
2.   Prior unsuccessful applicants are encouraged to reapply.
3.   Classroom or accelerated programs are acceptable for funding.