WILLIAM A. Millichap fellowship
Selection Criteria, Process & Key Dates
Do You Have What It Takes?
The highly coveted William A. Millichap Fellowship is designed for driven individuals. Admission to the program is very selective and competitive. Only a small fraction of total applicants are admitted each year. Fellows enjoy a competitive annual salary during the two-year term of their Fellowship, as well as a comprehensive benefits package.
Candidates should have the following traits, skills, and/or experience:
Takes initiative and thrives in an entrepreneurial environment.
Excellent communication skills: verbal, written and presentation.
Has completed something challenging and noteworthy.
Bachelor’s or graduate degree in real estate, business, finance, sales, marketing or related field, or equivalent professional experience.
Demonstrated commitment and interest in real estate via related coursework, licenses, internship experience, etc.
Possesses attributes aligned with our core values: Excellence, Perseverance, Collaboration, Gratitude and Camaraderie.
Interested individuals are invited to complete an application which includes a statement of intent. The Selection Committee looks for demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills, prior academic performance, extracurricular and community involvement, focuses, and goals.
The Selection Committee will contact those candidates whose applications indicate a potential match with the nature of the Fellowship and expectations for Marcus & Millichap employees. Several candidates will be invited to interview with a member of the Advisory Board.
Final Committee Review
A group of finalists will be considered by the Selection Committee. Finalists will be informed of their status and a select few will be invited to become William A. Millichap Fellows.
If you’re ready to jump-start your commercial real estate career, apply now for the enriching, transformative William A. Millichap Fellowship.
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