Reaching Out to Prospective Students

It’s been nearly four years since OREA Real Estate College began hosting its successful Career Nights, a fact-filled, yet fun, evening showcasing the many opportunities of a career in real estate, such as commercial sales and leasing, rural/agricultural sales, and property management.

There was only one Career Night in 2010. Since then, we have hosted 25 Career Nights, the most recent in Don Mills on February 12, 2014. And since 2010, more than 2,800 individuals (or potential real estate students) registered to attend.

The College took its first road trip in 2012 when it hosted a Career Night in Hamilton. Since 2012, we held sessions in Brantford, London, Oshawa, Ottawa, and Peterborough.

Our work to showcase the potential of a real estate career continues. Ten more Career Nights are currently scheduled for 2014; six at our Don Mills location, the other four scheduled for Windsor, Kitchener, Sudbury, and Kingston.

The schedule is listed below. The time for all sessions is from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Date
City
Location

April 2, 2014
Don Mills
OREA Real Estate College

April 30, 2014
Windsor
Holiday Inn & Suites (Ambassador Bridge)

May 28, 2014
Kitchener
Bingemans

June 11, 2014
Don Mills
OREA Real Estate College

August 13, 2014
Don Mills
OREA Real Estate College

September 17, 2014
Sudbury
Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel

September 24, 2014
Don Mills
OREA Real Estate College

October 22, 2014
Don Mills
OREA Real Estate College

November 19, 2014
Kingston
Travelodge Hotel Kingston LaSalle

November 26, 2014
Don Mills
OREA Real Estate College

Why a real estate career?

A career in real estate offers many opportunities and possibilities, such as:

the ability to work independently
flexible hours
unlimited income potential
variety – as in there’s more to real estate than residential resale

Career Night flyers are posted online in community newspapers, as well as at high schools, and on college and university campuses.

To register, go to http://bit.ly/1eErl0x.

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Reaching Out to Prospective Students