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Get Connected with Social Media

Social media is a vital tool for every educational office professional. Social media  sites can enhance your networking abilities, and provide valuable industry news, professional information and career resources. NAEOP currently offers different social media sites to include Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter and a Blog. 

The NAEOP Twitter site was very popular during the 2016 NAEOP Conference #NAEOPConf16. NAEOP started this year's conference with a Twitter competition. Congratulations Lisa Gonzalez (Texas) for receiving $100 off next year's conference registration and Georgette Council (South Carolina) for receiving a 2017 NAEOP Conference Padfolio. 

Not all social media sites are right for everyone so learn about each one and take it one step at a time. What is your favorite NAEOP social media site? Is there a social media site you would like to see added to the current NAEOP social media platforms?


  1. I like is my social media platform of choice and the one I frequent most often. I enjoy following the links to relevant career-related information provided by NAEOP as well as reminders about conferences and professional development opportunities. Additionally, I enjoy celebrating my colleagues and all the good news of our association.


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