So You Want To Be A Student Organizer?
We invite you to attend this year’s MARCPO conference!
The Washington, DC Metro Chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO-WDC) invites you to join us for the premiere event for professional organizers in the Mid-Atlantic region. This October, they will be holding their 18th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference for Professional Organizers. It will be a great opportunity to network, hear about ways colleagues help clients to organize, and learn the value of technology advances to our occupation.
What will you learn? Through dynamic workshops, inspiring sessions, and plenty of networking opportunities, you will be prepared to enhance, re-energize or fine-tune your business. You will also learn how to better assess clients’ needs, work with them more effectively, and use new tools to your advantage. So whether you are an aspiring, new or established organizer, MARCPO 2015 is sure to enhance your professional posture and your impact with clients through educational and informational sessions. It promises to be a valuable and engaging day!
2015 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference for Professional Organizers
Saturday, October 24, 2015
What is the first session you should sign up for? Well, Kathy Jenkins’ session – of course! Here is a little info about the student organizing session (1b) at 9:45 AM on Saturday, October 24th, “So You Want To Be A Student Organizer?”
Student Organizers help students build a foundation for academic success. Teaching the guiding principles of organization provides the student with the essential skills needed to manage the academic and personal challenges they face. Kathy works with students and offers parents an organizing assessment and report to help their student become more organized and develop better study habits that will help them throughout their lives. In this session, learn the various ways to work with students and the typical services offered; gain awareness of the unique aspects of working with students; understand the knowledge needed to effectively work with students and become aware of skills and abilities needed to effectively work with students.
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