Students and Recent Graduates

Wondering what’s next for you after graduation? Try a people-centered, team-oriented career that lets you work anywhere in the country. With a career in the residential property management (RPM) industry, you’ll be able to learn on the job, earn bonuses, work your way up, participate in training and professional development opportunities, and enjoy benefits such as consistent hours, rent discounts, health insurance, and more.

Residential Property Management Career Benefits

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Job Mobility

  • Job skills and experiences are transferable to communities nationwide.
  • Wherever you move, apartment communities are there.
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Comprehensive Benefits

  • Health insurance, 401k retirement plan, and life insurance.
  • Paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave.
  • May include rent reduction and the ability to work from home.
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Career Growth

  • Companies typically promote from within.
  • Companies offer continuing education opportunities.
  • Companies may offer tuition assistance.
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RPM Career Paths

Leasing and Community Management

Experience in sales and customer service, as well as organizational and leadership skills, transfer well to a position in leasing and community management. Here you’ll match people with the right housing for them and help communities run smoothly.

  • Work regular hours.
  • Recruit and assist residents.
  • Cultivate strong communities.
  • Lead a team.

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Work with your hands in a job that keeps you engaged through a variety of tasks and challenges.

  • Stay on the go.
  • Help others.
  • Solve problems.
  • Learn new skills.

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NAA Education Institute provides broad-based education, training and recruitment programs that attract, nurture and retain high-quality professionals and develop tomorrow’s RPM industry leaders. Learn more about the opportunities available.