Scholarships

Toronto CREW Scholarships


Launched in 2006, the Toronto CREW Scholarship Program awards scholarships to deserving female students enrolled in a post-secondary program specializing in real estate, or a program that would prepare a candidate for a profession found within the commercial real estate industry.

Scholarship recipients are invited to participate in a range of Toronto CREW functions and events, which allows them the opportunity to network with some of the industry's top executives across a range of real estate disciplines. Upon graduation, scholarship recipients are encouraged to join Toronto CREW as an Active Associate and further, apply for Toronto CREW's Mentorship Program after one year of employment, to support them as they develop their careers in the real estate industry.

Toronto CREW wants to extend its commitment to supporting and influencing young women in entering the commercial real estate field.

Scholarships have been previously awarded to students from University of Guelph, Ryerson University, Western University, Queen’s University, York University, University of Toronto, and Seneca College of Applied Arts . We look to continue our support and welcome applications from any Canadian University student who meets the scholarship requirements.

2019 Program

Toronto CREW is pleased to launch its 2019 Scholarship Program in Fall 2018. Full details of the process, as well as the application form are available by clicking HERE.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Brian Cardie at torontocrew@crewnetwork.org.

2018 Winners

Dina Badran - York University
Krysta Chapman - Seneca College of Applied Arts
Hyenjou Choe - Seneca College of Applied Arts 
Sarah Ezzio - Queen’s University
Alex Gordon - Queen’s University
Nicole Iacoucci - Ryerson University
Andrea Jacyk - York University
Karlyn Knafo - Ryerson University
Liana Langley - University of Western Ontario
Zainab Patel - Ryerson University
Selina Phan - University of Western Ontario
Yoko Cecelia Pye - University of Toronto
Alison Quigg - Ryerson University
Nicola Sharp - Ryerson University
Winnie Truong - Ryerson University
Morgan Timberg - Seneca College of Applied Arts
Adrienne Van - University of Western Ontario
Xiaoshi Lucy Yin - Ryerson University

Applications for the 2019 competition are available above.

Learn about our past scholarship winners here:

2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006