Volunteer and Community Resource Management
Undergraduate Certificate

Online undergraduate certificate offered by the UNT College of Health and Public Service

4

Total Classes

12

Total Credit Hours

$
4.7
K

Estimated TX Resident
Tuition & Fees

Subject to Change
Varies by State Residency
1/13

Next Start Date

Volunteer and Community Resource Management
Undergraduate Certificate

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.

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