Presentation on theme: "2013-2014 KACHINA CHAPTER OFFICERS PRESIDENT Theresa Lovato, CAP-OM VICE PRESIDENT/PROGRAMS Betti Miller, CAP-OM"— Presentation transcript:
2013-2014 KACHINA CHAPTER OFFICERS PRESIDENT Theresa Lovato, CAP-OM firstname.lastname@example.org VICE PRESIDENT/PROGRAMS Betti Miller, CAP-OM email@example.com VICE PRESIDENT/SITE COORDINATION Nancy Riley, CAP firstname.lastname@example.org VICE PRESIDENT/MEMBERSHIP Candise Shank Candise.email@example.com SECRETARY Janice Cissna, CAP-OM firstname.lastname@example.org TREASURER Kim Hennis, CAP-OM KimAHennis@gmail.com Kachina East Valley Chapter Chartered in 1966 International Association of Administrative Professionals Mission Statement: To promote excellence through education, professional development, networking and mentoring. Serving the East Valley of the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area Make the Commitment! If you are serious about your professional development and want to realize your full potential, then join IAAP™ to take advantage of the many member benefits. M EMBERSHIP B ENEFITS Professional membership offers many opportunities for career growth by providing: Networking Opportunities Informative and Educational Chapter Programs Professional Development Seminars and Workshops Leadership Training Educational Resources Travel to Division, District and International Meetings Subscription to OfficePro Magazine Improved Professional Image For more information contact: Candise Shank Candise.email@example.com www.kachinachapter-iaap.org
C ERTIFICATION If you're looking for ways to help you get ahead in the workplace, stop here. We at IAAP offer two professional ratings for office professionals. The Certified Administrative Professional rating is the industry recognized standard of proficiency. You'll improve your professional qualifications, increase your skills and knowledge and raise your self-esteem by taking and passing the exams. You may also obtain college credit and, according to the latest survey from OfficeTeam, get up to a 7 percent increase in salary. The Institute for Certification believes that a top-level administrative professional should have basic knowledge of office systems, technology, office administration, and management, and know how to apply the principles of good human relations and communications. Some of the examinations are based on knowledge acquired by the office professional through formal education and informal reading. Employers also expect their admin to be thoroughly familiar with current techniques in office practice and procedures and aware of developments in office systems and technology. Why wait? Do something for yourself and your career today. Get certified! Kachina Chapter website: www.kachinachapter-iaap.org IAAP Headquarters website: www.iaap-hq.org Vision To inspire and equip all administrative professionals to attain excellence. Purpose To provide information, education, and training, and to set standards of excellence recognized by the business community on a global perspective. Mission To be the acknowledged recognized leader of administrative professionals and to enhance their individual and collective value, image, competence, and influence. Objective To elevate the standards of all administrative professionals and to promote their working relationships with management through continuing education, authorized programs, and publications. C HAPTER M EETINGS Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month (no meetings in July/August). Meeting Place Fiesta Inn Resort & Conference Center Tempe, AZ Registration5:30 p.m. Dinner $256:00 p.m. Program/Meeting6:45 p.m. For reservations call Nancy Riley, CAP @ (602) 943-8623 firstname.lastname@example.org ANNUAL DUES One-Time Processing Fee$15 International Dues$83 Arizona/Nevada/ New Mexico Division Dues $15 Kachina Chapter Dues$20 Total$133 Promotion thru 12/2012$85 Payable to IAAP Federal Tax ID# 86-0503422
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