Education Scholarships

2018 Scholarship Information

Applications for 2018 Education Scholarships are due February 23, 2018

WMFHA believes in the importance and impact that continuing education has on a career. Our industry is dynamic and always changing! The best way to stay ahead and keep the competitive advantage is to keep yourself well educated and knowledgeable about industry trends, practices, technology, legislation and more.

WMFHA supports our members who desire to pursue education by earning a professional designation from NAAEI. There is a significant investment of time and money, and not everyone has access to the funds or education budgets to make the pursuit of this training a reality, so we are proud to award over $5,000 in full and partial scholarships for our CAM, CAPS, CAMT, NALP , and CAS programs. These scholarships make it possible for some members to earn a national property management credential, enhance their career, and pave a path for continued success in the multi-family industry.

These scholarships are made possible in part by revenue from the support of the annual Vendor Golf Classic and our supplier members. Additionally, HD Supply Facilities Maintenance in conjunction with the National Maintenance Mania® competition helps fund our CAMT scholarship.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Be employed by an "All In" Member in good standing
    • For Property Management, all properties AND management company must be a member.
  • Have a minimum of 1 year of industry experience for NALP, CAS and CAMT or 2 years for CAM, CAPS.
  • Meet the eligibility requirements of the respective credential program.
  • Be available to take the classes as scheduled.

*Scholarships can be applied only to credential classes taken at WMFHA.  Not valid for Online credentials taken through NAAEI.

Application Process

  • Submit the application in its entirety by the application deadline.
  • Participate in a brief phone interview.

QUESTIONS? Contact Sloane Cerbana at 425.656.9077


2018 Scholarships are now closed