Your Residents Can Get Free Money For School


Posted On: January 29, 2020

NAHMA Educational Foundation Scholarship

Navigate is proud to contribute annually to the NAHMA Educational Foundation Scholarship Program. Last year, the National Affordable Housing Management Association awarded scholarships to 109 residents, but the number could be higher. Many residents start the application process online but never finish the application. 

That’s why Navigate has started the push to “Complete & Compete.” We are encouraging you to encourage your residents to complete the application and compete for scholarship money.

“Complete & Compete”

Navigate’s push to “Complete & Compete” began in 2016. We want to provide you with the tools to market this incredible opportunity to your residents.

WATCH NOW: NAHMA Scholarship Bruce Johnson talks about completing the application process.

Tell them to apply today

Link to start the Application Process

To apply for the 2020 NAHMA Educational Foundation scholarship click: https://nahma.communityforce.com

Property Managers

Download these marketing tools to help spread the word to your residents.


  • Residents of AHMA/NAHMA-affiliated apartment communities in good standing
  • Any age can apply! You must be a high school senior (2.5 GPA), GED holder, or a student enrolled in an accredited college, trade/technical school
  • The deadline for completed applications is 10 p.m. Eastern on Friday, May 15.
Watch as NAHMA Scholars talk about how the scholarship changed their lives.



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