Sunday, July 16, 2017

Office Professional of the Year

Congratulations to Louise Snipes, CEOE, the 2017 Olive T. Ritchie Office Professional of the Year.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Educational Office Professional Association Elects Officers

Congratulations to NAEOP member Linda  Berard, the 2017-2018 President of the Wayne Community College AEOP. The officers have adopted the current North Carolina Association of Educational Office Professionals president's theme, "Your Guiding Light to Professionalism," as their unit's motto for the year. 

The Wayne Community College Association of Educational Office Professionals’ 2017-2018 officers are (left to right) Linda Berard, president; Becky Mulligan, vice president; and Andrea Blount, treasurer.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Educational Office Professionals of Ohio

Congratulations to Mary Beth Smith, recently installed President of the Educational Office Professionals of Ohio. Cathy Eberle installed the 2017-2018 EOPO Board Friday, June 2. Mary Beth has a "Superhero" theme. 


Saturday, June 3, 2017

California AEOP Professional Development Workshop

Situational Awareness: Personal Safety in the Workplace

Click here to read about situational awareness. 
Thank you for sharing this information, CAEOP!


Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Affiliate Spotlight

Congratulations Nash-Rocky Mount Association of Educational Office Professionals! Click here for more information.

Members of the Nash-Rocky Mount Association of Educational Office Professionals
include, from left, Carrie Lucas, Evelyn Bowens, Gwendolyn Williams,
Barbara Harvey, Nancy Durham, Rhonda Brown and Terence Pittman.

Friday, May 26, 2017

Getting the Most Out of the Professional Standards Program (PSP)

Congratulations to the 192 NAEOP members who met the May 15, 2016 deadline and completed the requirements for PSP/CEOE qualification and/or recertification. Earning a specialty credential is an important achievement in your career. Now, the next step is to promote your achievement and credential to your employer, colleagues and friends.

·        Update your resume to include your new credentials and submit it to your human resources department.
·        Request a copy of your certificate be included in your personnel file.
·        Send a press release to local media.
·        Let your co-workers know what it means to be certified.
·        Have some key points available to explain what professional certification means and what value it holds.
·        Request to be recognized at the next department/faculty/school board meeting or public event.
·        Place your credentials on your name tag and desk name plate if possible. You'll be surprised how many people ask, "What does CEOE stand for?"
·        Frame your certificate and display it prominently.
·         Discuss your achievement with your direct supervisor and outline the value of earning certification.

Click here for more information on PSP.