Our complete loan broker launch program comes in four tiers, so students can choose the right package for their needs. Each package comes with access to our Virtual Academy, course materials, tailored presentations and pitch decks, access to our full lenders library, branding and marketing for their new company, and a dedicated team member that will help guide the student through the learning process. These are just a few of the many tools we offer to introduce new entrepreneurs to the world of commercial lending.
CLBI understands that financial constraints can often be a barrier to education. That’s why we’ve decided to offer $3000 off one of our comprehensive training program tiers with the CLBI Scholarship. Each fiscal quarter, our full team of loan brokers will read each application and vote on a winner. That means four students annually will receive a jump start on their new careers! Entry details and deadlines are below.
Applicants to the CLBI Scholarship program need to submit an essay before the next quarterly deadline. This essay should consist of 2000 words: 1000 words detailing why you want to be a loan broker and 1000 words about what you would do differently to revolutionize the industry. We want fresh, new ideas and innovative thinking.
The competition is open to anyone currently enrolled in an accredited college or university pursuing an Associate’s, Bachelor’s, or Master’s degree in any field.
Applicants must submit their essays before the last day of each fiscal quarter. At the close of the quarter, applications will be reviewed. The winners will be announced 15 days later.
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To apply for the Commercial Loan Broker Institute’s $3000 scholarship, submit your essay along with a document listing your name, phone number, email address, the name of your college or university, the degree you’re pursuing, and your anticipated graduation date to info@CLBInstitute.com.
Applicants may use the above contact information for questions about the scholarship.