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Superintendent of Planning & Development Receives Certified Park and Recreation Professional Status

November 7, 2014 – Jenny Knitter, the Superintendent of Planning & Development of the Woodridge Park District recently completed and passed the National Recreation Professional Association’s (NRPA) Certified Park & Recreation Professional (CPRP) examination. NRPA’s CPRP certification is one of the most sought-after certifications in the park and recreation profession. The examination is a comprehensive assessment of one’s core knowledge covering General Administration/Management (Budget/Finance, Staff Development/Supervision, Policy Formulation/Interpretation, Public Relations/Customer Service/Marketing), Programming (Assessment, Planning, Implementation, Evaluation), and Operations (Resource Planning/Development/Management, Maintenance Management, Facility Operations).

Achieving CPRP certification provides park and recreation staff with recognition for their accomplishments, proof in their ability to meet or exceed national standards and a new level of commitment to the parks and recreation field. Jenny joins eight other WPD staff members as Certified Park & Recreation Professionals…Mike Adams, John Karesh, Vanessa Madden, Amanda Nichols, Dan Peboontom, Megan Pettit, Julie Rhodes and Don Ritter.





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