The PREA Foundation partners with leading providers of diversity programming to develop a pipeline of brilliant students and young professionals to enter the real estate industry.


Toigo Real Estate Intensive


The PREA Foundation’s investment in the Toigo Real Estate Intensive (TREI) will draw diverse talent into the real estate industry from graduate schools around the country. Building on the foundation of Toigo’s long-standing curriculum of industry education and career management services, TREI will introduce a curated curriculum of real estate-specific technical skills, individualized career coaching, and leadership development essentials to support graduate students of color to obtain internships and full-time opportunities in the CRE industry.

Click here to learn more about Toigo and the Toigo Real Estate Intensive program.



SEO/PREA Real Estate Track College Internship Program


Since its inception in 2017, the PREA/SEO Real Estate Track has provided intensive, industry-led training and coaching to college students at top real estate firms across the nation. The partnership aims to increase diverse employment in the commercial real estate industry by developing a pipeline of talented students of color. By providing them with key networking opportunities and the training to successfully interview, students can secure summer internships with firms across the commercial real estate industry.

Click here to learn more about how your organization can get involved in this innovative diversity internship program.



Girls Who Invest

Girls Who Invest

GWI is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing gender diversity and inclusion in investment management, focusing on growing the pipeline of women in frontline investing positions. The PREA Foundation’s investment in Girls Who Invest (GWI) will prepare first and second year college women to enter careers in real estate investment management. With support from the PREA Foundation, GWI will be adding real state-specific content to its Online Intensive Program. The grant will also help support stipends for women to participate in real estate internships with institutional investors.

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Urban Alliance Property Management Pathway High School Internship Program

Urban Alliance

In 2020, the PREA Foundation partnered with Urban Alliance, a national youth workforce development nonprofit, on a new philanthropic investment to bridge the gap between young, diverse talent and upwardly mobile, living-wage careers in the industry. Urban Alliance created the Residential Real Estate Property Management Pathway to introduce high school seniors from under-resourced communities to the property management industry and support their transition to the workforce.

We seek organizational involvement in this program by providing property management internship or sponsorship opportunities (leasing and maintenance) for young people in DC, Northern Virginia, and Chicago.

Click here to learn more about Urban Alliance and the Residential Real Estate Property Management Pathway.

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REEX High School Real Estate Career Exploration Program


The REEX (Real Estate Exchange) Summer Intensive Program was established by REEC (Real Estate Executive Council) to address the dearth of African Americans and Latinos working within the CRE industry. REEX Summer Intensive Program is dedicated to helping high school students of color take charge of their future and introducing them to careers with high earning potential in commercial real estate.

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