Omaha – In October 2019, the National Certified Public Manager® Program re-accredited the Nebraska Certified Public Manager® Program through 2024.
The Nebraska Certified Public Manager® Program is a nationally-accredited comprehensive management development program for current and aspiring managers in federal, state and local government, and in nonprofit organizations. The School of Public Administration began offering the Nebraska Certified Public Manager® Program in 2008 and has over 80 graduates.
The program offers a comprehensive course of study designed to help public and nonprofit managers acquire and apply best practices and theory to their leadership and management of people, processes, and organizations. The program aims to foster and encourage the highest levels of performance and ethical practice of public and nonprofit sector managers to effectively provide services and continuously improve the performance of state, local and federal government, and the nonprofit sector.
Through a combination of online and on-campus sessions, students partake in an orientation, 17 courses, and a major project, usually over the course of one year. In addition, each participant works with a mentor from the initial proposal of their project to the final report.
To apply for the Nebraska Certified Public Manager® Program students can visit the program’s website. Applications for 2019 are accepted between Nov. 8 and Dec. 15, 2018.
For more information, contact Ellen Freeman-Wakefield at 402.554.2636 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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