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Community Action director earns nationally recognized certification

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[July 08, 2009]  Angela Stoltzenburg, executive director of the Community Action Partnership of Central Illinois, has earned a Certified Community Action Professional credential from the national Community Action Partnership in Washington, D.C.

HardwareThe CCAP designation is earned through a three-step process that requires proven education; experience as a management executive; involvement in national, regional, state and local Community Action activities; and association in management activities outside the Community Action Agency. Candidates must meet point minimums when completing a candidate data form and executive skills profile in order to sit for an examination held once each year throughout the country.

Stoltzenburg sat for the exam with 12 other candidates from Illinois on June 17 at the Illinois Association of Community Action Agencies headquarters in Springfield.

The CCAP designation is an accredited certification that proves a commitment to excellence and visibly recognizes that a nationally recognized standard has been met. National recognition of the achievement will be given at the national Community Action Partnership conference in Philadelphia in September.

Community Action Partnership of Central Illinois is a private, not-for-profit poverty-fighting corporation that serves over 10,000 individuals throughout central Illinois. For more information about Community Action services, visit

[Text from file received from Community Action Partnership of Central Illinois]

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