Samples must be in compliance with The NCRW Style Guide and The Gregg Reference Manual, 11th Edition. Include the following:
Samples are rejected if they have been previously used for another association’s certification program, have been written by another party, were previously critiqued by the Writing Excellence Instructor, or the the writer did not adhere to the submission instructions.
We want to see what you know about strategy, formatting, writing, and professionalism. Address challenges and limitations by embellishing the sample; make it more relevant and succinct.
Disguise your client's résumé and cover letter by replacing the client’s personal information with fictional information. Think outside the box when fictionalizing a client's documents; create a name, contact information, company, employment dates, and education that are believable.
In Microsoft Word, click on File in the menu bar. On the Info page click on "Check for Issues" then click "Inspect Document." After Word inspects the document, click "Remove all" by the option "Document Properties and Personal Information."
If your membership dues are up to date, you can display The NRWA Member logo. The NCRW Certification logo is reserved for people that have passed the certification exam.
Click on the following link for information about the process and fees: http://www.thenrwa.com/certification