Habitat for Humanity employees credentialed
AMERICUS — Darlene Laird and Kate Lundberg from Habitat for Humanity International have been awarded the credential, “Certified in Volunteer Administration,” by the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration.
The credential, which entitles certificants to use the designation “CVA”, is the only one in this field that is recognized internationally. It is awarded upon passing a two-hour examination testing knowledge and application of skills related to volunteer resources management. Successful CVA candidates also pledge to work within the professional code of ethics.
Laird and Lundberg join a select group of approximately 1,500 individuals who have attained this sought-after international credential as demonstration of their professional excellence in mobilizing and managing volunteers.