Newmark Associates and Newark Board of Education Create Mentorship Program
Newmark Associates and Newark Board of Education unite to launch Mentorship Program in Commercial Real Estate for Newark High School Students.
Newmark Associates, a leading commercial real estate firm is pleased to announce a partnership with the Newark Board of Education to introduce a groundbreaking mentorship program in the field of commercial real estate. This transformative initiative is set to launch in the summer of 2024 aiming to empower Newark students by providing valuable mentorship opportunities.
As Susanne Newmark, President of Newmark Associates stated “ We, at Newmark are very much aware of and acknowledge that mentorships make a difference in reducing economic divide, impacting generational wealth gaps and increasing equal access to opportunity. Together with the Newark Board of Education we aim to bridge the gap between classroom education and real world experience by offering mentorships to aspiring students interested in the field of commercial real estate.”
This program is a unique opportunity for both businesses and individuals to play a crucial role in shaping the future of Newark’s youth. We are actively seeking companies and professionals who share your commitment to education and community development to join us in this exciting endeavor. This involvement will make a significant impact on the lives and future careers of Newark’s students.
The program will provide practical experience in commercial real estate through one on one mentorship with industry experts. Mentees will have access to an extensive network of professional in the field, opening doors for potential future career opportunities.
If you or your company are interested in becoming a mentor for a 3 week period during the summer of 2024 please reach out to Newmark Associates at 973-884-4444 for further information. “Join us in making a difference and shaping the future of Newark’s youth through mentorship. Together, we can build a stronger and more prosperous Newark.”