Many of the clients I work with use Scrum to manage projects. I find it a great way to deal with complex projects that have ever changing requirements, as the case tends to be in large enterprises.
So in an effort to further improve my skills in this area, I recently became a Certified Scrum Master. Even if you are not planning on perusing the role of Scrum Master, the course still provides you with some great skills to use in a Scrum environment. Also, by becoming certified you get a two year membership to the Scrum Alliance which include access to job postings, user groups, discounts on Scrum gatherings, access to a wealth of information, and more.
If you’re interested in becoming more active with Scrum, be it in the Scum community or in the workplace, then this is definitely worth looking into.