Program to Begin in Downtown Trenton
to Mercer County Community College’s Jacky Sanders, former
dean of the Business Division and now assistant provost of the James
Kerney Campus, there are career opportunities available in the field
of property management. To help students of all ages prepare for
such careers, the college's Center for Continuing Studies is offering
a noncredit certificate program beginning Jan. 23. Evening classes
will take place at the college’s downtown Trenton James Kerney
campus at North Broad and Academy Streets.
managers handle the day-to-day operations of commercial and residential
properties,” Sanders said. “There are a variety of career
paths in the field, and sometimes on-site housing is part of the
employment package.” She said part of a property manager’s
job is enforcing the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Federal
Fair Housing Act.
certificate program will consist of ten core courses, two electives,
and 128 hours of field experience.
a Nov. 9 seminar on "Careers in Real Estate," program
coordinator Jacky Sanders, left, talks with the panelists, from
left, Steve Friedman, vice president of Westgate Management Company;
Keith Crowell of Century 21 Real Estate; Melody Clemons of Sovereign
Bank, and Richard Ranson, Jr., president and CEO of Collegiate Title
this is a noncredit program, graduates may be eligible to receive
up to nine college credits if they enroll in the college’s
Business Management associate degree program within two years of
completing the certificate. All courses may be taken individually
or as part of the certificate.
The first course
offered for the spring semester will be “Overview of Residential
and Commercial Property Management” on Monday and Wednesday
evenings from Jan. 23 to Feb. 22, 6 to 8:30 p.m. Two courses offered
in March will be “Contract Law and Leases” from March
13 to April 17, and “Leadership Skills and Delegation Methods”
from March 15 to April 19.
For more information
or to register call 609-586-9446, email ComEd@mccc.edu
or visit the website's Continuing