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IAAP

  1. 1.  IAAP is a non-profit professional association with approximately 40,000 members and affiliates and nearly 600 chapters worldwide. It is governed by a 12-member International Board of Directors, elected annually by member delegates at the IAAP International Convention and Education Forum. IAAP owns and operates its headquarters building located in Kansas City, Missouri. It is NOT a union organization. IAAP works in partnership with employers to promote excellence and lifelong learning. <http://www.iaap-hq.org/about.htm>
  2. 2.  The IAAP mission is to be the acknowledged, recognized leader of administrative professionals and to enhance their individual and collective value, image, competence, and influence. IAAP’s objectives are to elevate the standards of all administrative professionals and to promote their working relationships with management through continuing education, authorized programs, and publications.
  3. 3. IAAP’s purpose is toprovide information,education, and trainingand to set standards ofexcellence recognizedby the businesscommunity on a globalperspective.IAAP’s vision is toinspire and equip alladministrativeprofessionals to attainexcellence.
  4. 4.  Integrity Encouragement Leadership Loyalty Professionalism Relevance Pride Connection Individual Performance
  5. 5. Three Types of IAAPReview the three Membershiptypes of membershipand select the oneappropriate for you. ProfessionalComplete the Studentapplication and payand you are now anIAAP member! Associate
  6. 6. A currently employed (or within the last two years) administrativeprofessional, a holder of the CPS and/or CAP rating, or an employed teacher of business education. IAAP Annual Membership Dues for a Professional member are $58 plus a one- time processing fee of $15. If an individual joins a local chapter, chapter and division dues are additional and vary depending on the division/chapter.
  7. 7. For a Student Member, there is no processing fee, only annual fees of $24.
  8. 8. An associate member is an individual, firm, or educational institution that sustains the objectives of IAAP.Associate membership dues include a one-time processing fee of $15 and annual dues of $155.
  9. 9. The preceding has been created by Trameka Love.All information on the previous slides was found on the website listed above.

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