Undergraduate Academic Certificate in Volunteer and Community Resource Management
Our 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.
Benefits of this Program
- The Volunteer and Community Resource Management Certificate is an official UNT credential that appears on student transcripts. It is designed for students who are specifically interested in working with volunteers to help address a particular community issue or need.
- Diverse opportunities and a desire to do meaningful work draw people to the nonprofit profession. Currently, over two million nonprofit organizations operate in the United States and employ nearly 10% of the country's workforce.
Worried that your busy lifestyle will get in the way of making your career goals a reality?
Our online program is the solution.
- Convenient. Earn your Undergraduate Academic Certificate online.
- Affordable. A 3-hour course costs approximately $1,200.
- Flexible. Log in any time and from any place. Online courses allow you to set your own schedule.
- Adaptable. Working full time? Take your courses online and finish your certificate in a year.
- Respected. Our faculty members bring real-world experience and are active in the community.
How does this program advance my career? This program is a perfect fit for:
- The program consists of 12 undergraduate credit hours. Content for all four courses is delivered 100% online.
How does it work?
- Individuals interested in obtaining this certificate must be enrolled at UNT and indicate their intention of completing the certificate with their academic advisor. For more information on this certificate, please contact the program advisor, Trey Anderson.
- Students should apply to receive the certificate the semester they successfully complete all the necessary coursework. Successful completion means that students must have a cumulative average of 3.0 (B) or higher in their four certificate courses. Any course with a final grade less than a "C" will not count toward this credential irrespective of the cumulative grade point average in certificate courses.
- Online course schedule rotates throughout Fall, Summer, and Spring with many courses offered each semester -- allowing you to easily fit the courses offered to your personal schedule.
- If you begin your journey during one summer you will be able to graduate the next summer!