10 Reasons to Get Your CED Certificate!

Think 3 InterconnectedWondering if you should apply for the Simon Fraser University, Community Economic Development (CED) Certificate Program coming to Calgary? Well, 100% of graduates recommend the program to peers. If that’s not enough of a reason, here are 10 more:

1) To expand your understanding of Community Economic Development

2) To grow your Community Economic Development tool box

3) To fully understand how environmental, social, & economic sustainability are intertwined

4) To learn from well known & well respected CED instructors

5) To connect with and build your network of local leaders & change-makers

6) To gain practical skills & knowledge in an interactive, non-traditional, adult-learning environment

7) To be inspired and to re-ignite your passion for building a thriving local economy

8) For professional development – it’s the next step in building your career in CED

9) To not just move your current work forward in the classroom, but to take it to the next level

10) Lastly, First Calgary Financial is providing $15,000 in bursaries to change makers like you!  

We have room for 25 local leaders. Are you convinced yet? If not, here’s number 11:

Save $250 by applying before November 13th! Early bird applications are accepted until November 13th, and the application process closes November 28th

To learn more about the program and to apply, please visit: CED Certificate Program

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