Develop skills to help you leverage volunteers and community resources.
The Volunteer and Community Resource Management Certificate is designed for professionals and students who want to add a competitive edge to their careers through specialized training in volunteer management, leadership, community asset mapping, program planning and evaluation from an accredited university.
The certificate is for those who want to gain a professional level of competencies in volunteer and community resource management. It requires the successful completion of 12 hours in undergraduate volunteer and community resource management courses.
“UNT's Certificate in Volunteer and Community Resource Management is a must for anyone seeking a career in community involvement. Whether you’re seeking a career in a corporation working with non-profit partners or working directly for a non-profit, UNT's Certificate in Volunteer and Community Resource Management will give you that competitive edge.”
LaToya Rowell (’15)
Founded in 1992, the Department of Public Administration is located in the College of Health and Public Service.
Today the department's ten faculty and five professional staff serve more than 350 majors in these three programs. Student-centered education is a hallmark of this dedicated faculty who take personal interest in every student's progress from the first day they enter and beyond graduation to their professional career.
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