CERTIFIED COMMUNITY ACTION PROFESSIONAL (CCAP)

If you are a dedicated Community Action leader who wants to create more opportunities for your agency and enhance your leadership skills, you should earn your CCAP!

Why?
  • Gain national recognition for your accomplishments.
  • Enhance your credibility as a leader in the field to increase your competitive edge for higher positions.
Who?
  • You have held a leadership role for at least 2 years.
  • You are employed by a qualifying organization: a CAA, delegate agency or sub-grantee of a CAA, a CSBG eligible entity, a State or Regional CAA association office, or a State Community Services Program.
How?
  • Submit Enrollment Form and fee ($600 member/$635 non-member).
  • Complete a Candidate Data Form (CDF).
  • Develop an Executive Skills Portfolio (ESP).
  • Pass a Written Exam.

Congratulations to the following South Carolina NEW 2020 CCAP Graduates:
  • Kelly Buckson, SC Office of Economic Opportunity (SC OEO)
  • Zsaquez Flucker, GLEAMNS Human Resources Commission, Inc.
  • Shenika Gibbs, Waccamaw Economic Opportunity Council, Inc.
Congratulations to the following South Carolina RE-CERTIFIED 2020 CCAP Graduates:
  • Samuel Bass, Jr., Chesterfield-Marlboro Economic Opportunity Council, Inc.
  • Shunna Vance Jeter, GLEAMNS Human Resources Commission, Inc.
  • Reba Hough-Martin, Palmetto Community Action Partnership, Inc.
  • Margaret Gibson, Wateree Community Actions, Inc.
  • Jessica McMoore, SC Association of Community Action Partnerships, Inc.
  • Trentsie Williams, Meg's House, Greenwood, SC
You have achieved the highest professional milestone in the Community Action Industry. We look forward to working with each of you as a CCAP to build the capacity of our network to serve those most in need.