Community Engagement Professional Credentialing Program
Description

Campus Compact’s Community Engagement Professional Credentialing Program provides civic and community engagement professionals (CEPs) the opportunity to gain formal recognition for the knowledge and skills they develop through their careers. It is also encourages and directs CEPs  toward ongoing professional learning activities that foster reflective, inclusive, and equity-focused partnerships and commitments.

Professionals may apply for and earn individual micro-credentials--digital certificates recognizing knowledge, skills, experience, and critical commitments--that demonstrate their mastery in each core competency area. Each micro-credential is granted individually and has integrity and value in its own right. Ultimately, professionals will be able to combine individual micro-credentials earned across a range of competency areas to seek full credentialed status as a Campus Compact-certified community engagement professional.

There are currently two micro-credential available to earn: Community Engagement Fundamentals and Community Partnerships. 

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Community Engagement Professional Credentialing Program


Campus Compact’s Community Engagement Professional Credentialing Program provides civic and community engagement professionals (CEPs) the opportunity to gain formal recognition for the knowledge and skills they develop through their careers. It is also encourages and directs CEPs  toward ongoing professional learning activities that foster reflective, inclusive, and equity-focused partnerships and commitments.

Professionals may apply for and earn individual micro-credentials--digital certificates recognizing knowledge, skills, experience, and critical commitments--that demonstrate their mastery in each core competency area. Each micro-credential is granted individually and has integrity and value in its own right. Ultimately, professionals will be able to combine individual micro-credentials earned across a range of competency areas to seek full credentialed status as a Campus Compact-certified community engagement professional.

There are currently two micro-credential available to earn: Community Engagement Fundamentals and Community Partnerships.