Cox, a recent graduate of the University of Central Florida with a 4.0 GPA was the recipient of the university’s Crossman Career Builders Endowed Real Estate Scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year. The native of Beijing, China graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration / Finance and Real Estate. She recently completed an internship at The Dunhill Companies in Orlando before moving to the Tulsa, Oklahoma area where she plans to work in the real estate industry as well.
Bryant, who is currently a senior at FSU College of Business, will graduate in May 2022 with a Bachelor’s of Science Real Estate, Double Major in Marketing. As a resident of Denver, she doesn’t quality for in-state tuition so the CCB scholarship was especially helpful, she said. “Through networking that I began during my time at FSU, I met people at JLL in Austin, Texas and was offered a summer internship position. I learned so much about the commercial real estate industry while I was there. The experience was truly life changing.”
Crossman has a strong commitment to community service, industry education initiatives and a deep-rooted dedication to diversity through creating scholarships and mentoring. In addition to FSU and UCF, Crossman Career Builders also has endowed scholarships at FAMU, B-CU and Valencia College.
“One of the best ways to improve and diversify the real estate marketplace is to encourage the participation of the best of the next generation,” says Crossman.
Photo caption: Left, John Crossman, CEO of Crossman Career Builders, Caoimhe Bryant top-right and Guangfen “Amy” Cox, bottom right
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