Develop Your Professional Network - Earn Credit Toward Your QPCR!
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Develop Your Professional Network - Earn Credit Toward Your QPCR!

Ongoing professional networking is important to your success as a corporate real estate (CRE) professional. It enables you to exchange fresh ideas, help others, share your experiences and tap into others’, expand your support, and more. 

In short, it can help you advance your effectiveness, your career, and our profession.

The QPCR program requires 15 hours of time within one or more of the following areas.


Are You a Member? Participate in CoreNet Global’s Mentor Match Program

As a CoreNet Global member, you can participate in our mentor program. Mentor Match enables members to connect in a meaningful way to promote dialogue between CRE professionals. Participation as a mentor or mentee is a 60-day commitment. Mentoring topics include career advice, communication skills, management skills, basic to advanced CRE skills and more.

Ready to learn more about Mentor Match? Click here.


Volunteer Locally or Globally

When you volunteer, you further the profession, help people and make business connections or friends in the profession. Also, it can let you try a new role or develop a new skill, build out your résumé and be part of something bigger.

Check here for CoreNet Global volunteer opportunities, or call to discuss additional volunteer opportunities.


Serve as a Campus Ambassador

Help raise the profile of the corporate real estate (CRE) profession and cultivate a robust and diverse pipeline of talent. Together, we have the opportunity to introduce the corporate real estate profession and the varied careers available to the next generation of talent.

Click here to learn more about becoming a Campus Ambassador, or email or call Dean Jordan, Vice President, University & External Relations at or 1 (404) 589-3218.