Employee of Professional Member
An individual who is currently employed by a Professional Member to do business primarily in the field of professional organizing services can become an Employee of Professional Member. This level of membership must be purchased by the Professional Member employer, who is required to submit a copy of the W-2 form, along with the employee's application for each employee seeking Employee of Professional Member membership.
The membership belongs to the Professional Member, and is transferable to another designated employee with written notification to NAPO headquarters.
An Employee of Professional Member enjoys several NAPO membership benefits, but is not entitled to voting privileges, and cannot serve as a Director on the Board, or as an Officer of the Association.
If the employee is currently a Professional member of NAPO, they will maintain their membership status and join date. If the employee is a new NAPO member, they will join as a Provisional member and will not appear in the NAPO AZ Business Directory until they fulfill the Professional Practices requirements to be upgraded to Professional status. The Professional Practices Courses are offered by NAPO University and are available as live webinars and prerecorded on-demand classes. For more information on these requirements please visit the NAPO National.
Yearly Membership Fee: $50 (Membership for new applicants in all categories are charged an additional one-time, non-refundable application fee of $30)