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Career Enhancement and Credentials
Elevate your professional standing and prospects while increasing your impact.
NeighborWorks America provides training opportunities that not only enhance the work you do every day...They enhance your career prospects as well. Our certificate programs, professional designations and certifications, and university collaboration will make you a better candidate for future job advancement -- a investment in your future that will pay off for you as well as the constituents you serve.
Professional Certificate Programs
NeighborWorks offers professional certificates in eight content areas that raise the bar for excellence in community development practice. With curriculum developed collaboratively by the training institute, expert community development practitioners and thought-leaders in the field, our professional certificate programs encourage continuous education and facilitate an exchange about cutting-edge issues and practices within the community development field. Learn more by exploring the links to the right.
Homeownership Education and Counseling Certifications
NeighborWorks Center for Homeownership Education and Counseling ( NCHEC) offers five certifications for homeownership practitioners, and each meets the requirements of the National Industry Standards for Homeownership Education and Counseling. NCHEC certification must be renewed every three years.
For more information about the different certifications, including the requirements to obtain or renew a certification and the application form for each, visit www.nw.org/nchec/certification.
College Credit -- NeighborWorks America's Collaboration with Roger Williams University
NeighborWorks America is proud to collaborate with Roger Williams University to provide exciting continuing education opportunities.
Roger Williams University offers a wide array of academic programs for professionals in the community development field, including 43 undergraduate majors, 13 graduate degrees and numerous professional certificate options. The University provides a comprehensive foundation, which allows students to develop the skills that employersseek and the tools to effectively accomplish their career goals.
Take advantage of these exciting opportunities:
- 15% tuition discount on Roger Williams University courses with the enrollment and completion of at least one NeighborWorks training course.
- 3 semester hours of credit from Roger Williams University with the enrollment and completion of 7 days of NeighborWorks America training courses. Courses must have been taken within five calendar years of registration in the Roger Williams University School of Continuing Studies (SCS).
- Transfer up to 90 credits from another college/university.
- Turn your life experience into credit hours through the RWU credit documentation process
Get started now! Enroll in the Roger Williams School of Continuing Studies (SCS), and then choose courses from the NeighborWorks course catalog. Contact John Dunay, Corporate Recruiter at Roger Williams University, with questions (email@example.com, phone 401-276-4856).
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