For Immediate Release
Noelle Frieson 201.343.6640 / email@example.com
Laura Troy 201-329-9600 Ext. 5533 / firstname.lastname@example.org
HACKENSACK, NJ – July 2019 – The Displaced Homemakers Network of New Jerseyand The Center for Real Estate Educationin Hackensack, NJ have partnered to create the NJ Women in Real Estate Education Initiative. Through this program, qualifying women may receive a grant to take a 6-week real estate education course which will include, the required licensing class to become a New Jersey real estate salesperson, Property Management Certification, Office Management & Transaction Coordinator Certification, and Field Work Internships.
The Displaced Homemakers Network of New Jersey empowers women in transition to become economically self-sufficient through education, work readiness, outreach, and support services. “Many of our clients are coming out of a divorce or have been working in the home for many years. They are looking for careers that enable them to be both the breadwinner and caretaker. Our Centers help women find employment that meets their diverse family needs,” says Laura Troy, President of the Displaced Homemakers Network of New Jersey. “The Center for Real Estate Education developed a comprehensive real estate education program that provides training for multiple career options within real estate.” For more information about the Network or to locate a Displaced Homemakers Center near you, please visit http://www.dhnj.org.
The field work internships will be offered through the Alexander Anderson Real Estate Group, a New Jersey brokerage which offers residential sales, commercial sales, property management, and an investment group, enabling participants to get a taste of multiple areas within real estate. The Alexander Anderson Real Estate Group is also providing scholarships to supplement a portion of each tuition, allowing more women to take advantage of the program. “The real estate industry values diversity. Real Estate is a career path that doesn’t discriminate by age or gender. Many people decide to make real estate their second career just for that reason”, Eric Anderson, CEO of Alexander Anderson Real Estate Group and state director of the Center for Real Estate Education explains, “We say that there can be ‘Freedom Through Real Estate’. We want to offer women the financial, personal, and emotional freedom that so many real estate career paths can provide.”
The two organizations are holding an Informational Launch Event on Tuesday, July 23, 2019, from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm at the Center for Real Estate Education at 66 Moore Street, Hackensack, NJ. To RSVP go to recareercenter.com/womeninrealestate. All are welcome to come and find out more about the program and both organizations. There is on-site parking and light refreshments will be served.
“Women do extremely well in real estate. It is an industry that celebrates multitasking, networking, relationships, and an eye for detail – all areas that women tend to shine in,” explains Noelle Frieson, director for the Center for Real Estate Education. “This program is close to my heart. As a recent divorcee, I understand having to reinvent your life and start anew. Real Estate was that fresh start for my family. Through this program, we are excited to provide the same to women across New Jersey.”
The Center for Real Estate Education (www.recareercenter.com):
The Center for Real Estate Education, located in Hackensack, NJ is a full-service resource and training center for the real estate industry. In our 4000 sq. ft., state-of-the-art facility, we offer dual NJ and NY licensing courses, NAR approved certification and designation courses given by top real estate professionals, and seminars to help advance your career. Our courses allow for maximum flexibility to meet the needs of busy adults, are interactive, and offer real-life training.
The Displaced Homemakers Center @ the Bergen One-Stop (https://onestop.bergen.org/displaced-homemaker-one-stop):
Displaced Homemakers Center at the Bergen One-Stop Program provides a variety of professional services to assist women who are separated, divorced, widowed, or spouse disabled, to make appropriate career decisions. Many of the programs and services offered are supported by state and federal grants and contracts. Over the past 35 years, this program has helped thousands of women to achieve self-sufficiency, learn English, improve basic literacy skills, and make improvements in their lives. Classes are available day and evening to meet your individual needs.
If you would like more information on this unique program, please contact Noelle Frieson at 917.597.8084 or email@example.com