Impact Your Career, Impact Your Community; Become a CPRP
Includes a Live Event on 03/18/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
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) and will provide valuable insight on the benefits of this certification from the National Certification Board Chair Tiffany White. You also will learn how to get the CPRP Prep Course for free ($250 value), by applying by April 30, 2021. 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.
Tiffany P. White, MS, CPRP
Recreation Program/Facility Manager
Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex
Tiffany White is a native of Chicago, currently residing in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas. She has spent a great majority of her life participating in, volunteering for, and working in parks and recreation. White has held a variety of roles throughout her career across the country having served in the commercial, not-for-profit and public recreation sectors.
White became a Certified Park and Recreation Professional in May of 2015, opening an opportunity to serve on the Job Task Analysis Committee and the National Certification Board (NCB) in the same year. She is serving in the last year of her second term as chair on the NCB. White plans to sit for the Certified Park and Recreation Executive (CPRE) exam this spring.
National Recreation and Park Association
As certification manager at the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA), Molly Sullivan manages all aspects of the Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) and the Certified Park and Recreation Executive Certification (CPRE) programs. Prior to coming to NRPA, Sullivan volunteered for and worked at various historical and agricultural parks in Northern Virginia, where she developed an interest in gardening that she continues to nurture today.