Certified Community Action Professional
The Certified Community Action Professional Program (CCAP) is administered by the CCAP Commission and is designed for current and emerging leaders in the Community Action Profession. In order to be eligible for certification, employment must be in either a CAA, a delegate agency or sub-grantee of a CAA, a CSBG eligible entity, a state or regional association office, or a state community services program office.
For more information, visit the National Community Action Partnership’s CCAP webpage.
“Getting my CCAP helped me to see so much more of what community action is all about, our uniqueness and our potential. It helped to qualify me for leadership and greater professional opportunities in my field. Getting your CCAP can be just as beneficial to you, your agency and your community.”
– Thomas Tenorio
CEO of Community Action Agency of Butte County, Inc.
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You can view a list of all current CCAP members here.