Impact Your Career: Become a CPRP
Recorded On: 02/04/2020
Looking to advance in your career? This free webinar will show you how easy it is to become a Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP), explain the career benefits of continuing education and provide valuable insight from the CPRP/CPRE Committee Past Chair on the benefits of this certification. You will also learn how to get the CPRP Prep Course for free ($250 value) by applying by February 29, 2020. You will leave this webinar feeling confident and ready to take the next step to becoming a CPRP.
NRPA Education online learning content is accessible for 180 days from the date of your registration. The learning content is available for registration for one year from the date of origination.
Certification Manager, National Recreation and Park Association
Molly Sullivan, is the Certification Manager for the National Recreation and Park Association. In this role Molly provides assistance to professionals who are currently maintaining their professional certification, or seeking to obtain certification. Molly received her Bachelors of Arts in Communications from George Mason University. She has been working for and volunteering with historical and agricultural parks in Northern Virginia for most of her life. Molly currently volunteers as an adult leader for the Hoofers and Heifers 4-H Club, out of Frying Pan Farm Park in Herndon, Virginia, furthering her passion for educating youth and the public about agricultural traditions.
Pamela Sloan, CPRP
Parks, Recreation and Library Services Municipal Resource Group, LLC
Pamela Sloan has over thirty years experience providing parks, recreation and library services to communities in Kansas City, Missouri and Stockton, California. While with Kansas City Parks and Recreation she was a Regional Manager and with the City of Stockton as the Director of Community Services which included library services
Pam retired from the City of Stockton and a past member of the Board of Directors for the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). She, too, serves as a NRPA visitor Chair for the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies. Under Pam’s leadership the City of Stockton became the first city in California to achieve the NRPA accreditation. She has been instrumental in the reorganization of park and recreation departments for both Kansas City and Stockton. As Director of Community Services, Pam transitioned the Stockton Library Services Department with the Parks and Recreation Department into one department known as Community Services.
She has been on the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Board of Directors and currently a member of the USTA Northern California Board of Directors. Pam is a Certified Park and Recreation Professional with the California Park and Recreation Society (CPRS) as well as the National Recreation and Park Association. She, too, served as Past Chair for the NRPA Certification Committee and remains a member. In addition she has served on the CPRS legislative committee, NRPA Awards Committee and NRPA Hall of Fame Committee.