Every State in these United States has a different regulator which handles the licensing of professionals in their related industry.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT-- will guide the regulations for licensing real estate professionals.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS -- will have specific guidelines for licensing mortgage and banking professionals.
DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE -- will have specific tests and fees required for licensure.
Check with the regulators in your state. They will inform you as to the fees and number of class hours required for your students (typically, age eighteen and older) to be licensed. Some states will allow your students to complete all of their class hours prior to becoming age eighteen. Have your students learn to interview with potential employers as soon as possible. On graduation day, you may want to announce which students have completed this program.
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The idea for Qualified, Inc. (the nonprofit) came from Chapter Thirteen of this book...
What does a Qualified Club do?
Your high school age students and young adults will learn to...
opportunities for careers which can be done in your local community without (or while) going to college.
conversations with professionals
of different opportunities where your high school graduates can become professionals in your community.
professionals to your church or civic group. Professionals in business are active in their community.
and brainstorming with professionals to learn more in a personal setting.
the actions of professional business leaders in your community. Success leaves clues. Professionals will share ideas with you.
Professionals will introduce you to others in the community. You have the opportunity to introduce them to others.
Ask leaders in your community to put your activities (such as your church meetings) on their calendar.
When people know you, like you, and trust you; they tend to do business with you.
QUALIFIED CLUBS MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
HOW CAN WE START A CLUB IN OUR SCHOOL?
The purpose of these clubs is to promote financial literacy. Currently, we are meeting with leaders who wish to promote the idea of teaching (mortgage) banking class and real estate classes to high school students in any type of high school. Every school MUST be licensed in their state so that the students will be permitted to receive a professional license through their state upon graduation.
Our "pilot program" is complete and has created enthusiasm for others to follow. Contact Wes for more information. Find out how your school or community can start such a program this year.
Call or text Wes at (480) 421-8753