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Clifton Corridor Chapter of IAAP Wants You

The administrative profession includes more than five million workers in the United States and Canada, according to government surveys. Administrative professionals hold many job titles, executive assistant, office supervisor, secretary, coordinator, associate, administrative specialist and others. The number of jobs in the profession is expected to grow by more than 265,000 in the next ten years.

The International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) promotes high professional standards for administrative specialists and seeks to enhance the image of the profession.

Services provided by IAAP:

Education and Training. IAAP and local chapters host seminars, workshops and conferences featuring internationally recognized speakers. Additionally, the headquarters office offers member discounts on over 250 books, self-study workbooks and videotapes on all facets of office administration, many with the Continuing Education Unit (CEU)

Networking. Members build professional networks by attending chapter meetings and serving in chapter leadership positions. Members can serve as division, district and international officers. The association's website ( also allows for international networking.

OfficePRO® Magazine. IAAP's award-winning publication for administrative professionals contains a wealth of information on office administration. OfficePRO is distributed to a circulation of over 45,000, nine times per year.

'Professional Certification. IAAP oversees the Certified Administrative Professional (CAP) programs, the internationally recognized standards of excellence for the profession. To achieve the CAP rating, a candidate must pass an extensive exam covering such areas as finance, business law, office technology, communications, behavioral science in business, and more.

The Clifton Corridor Chapter meets at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing on 3rd Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. For further information on IAAP professional development programs and services, call Karen Griffith at 7-7450 or visit our website at

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