Professional Standards Program

NAEOP PSP State Chair - Liz Vazquez, CEOE

The continuing education of educational office professionals is essential to cope with rapidly changing conditions in the profession.

 

The National Association of Educational Office Professionals (NAEOP) provides the opportunity for members to enhance their professional competencies through academic programs, conferences, and institutes. These incentive activities enable the members to take progressive steps to their desired professional growth level.

 

Successful completion of a NAEOP approved program qualifies the member for one or more of the following Professional Standards Program certificates: Basic, Associate Degree, Associate Professional, Bachelor Degree, Advanced I, Advanced II, Advanced III, Master Degree, and Doctoral Degree.

 

Certified Educational Office Employee

Application for the distinction of Certified Educational Office Employee (CEOE) may be made after completing requirements for certain level certificates.

 

For more information, visit NAEOP's PSP Webpage or contact our NAEOP PSP State Chair, Liz Vazquez, CEOE at liz.vazquez@rcsdk12.org.

Our Mission

NYSAEOP, the only state-wide, non-union organization, is dedicated to the continued professional growth in preparing members to meet the challenges of a changing world.

 

The Association shall promote and support:

  • Life-long Learning
  • Leadership
  • Team Networking
  • Educational Resources

Want to Become a Member? 

If you would like to join NYSAEOP, please fill out and submit our membership form.

 

Working toward your PSP?

As a member, we offer individual guidance in obtaining your PSP.

Sadie Blauvelt, CEOE, President
sblauvel@mexicocsd.org
Mexico CSD
3338 Main St
Mexico NY 13114
Work: (315) 963-8400 x5317
Cell: (315) 399-8583

 

Lisa McLaen, CEOE, Webmaster
webmaster@nysaeop.org
Spencerport CSD
Munn Elementary School
2333 Manitou Rd

Spencerport NY 14559
Work: (585) 349-5501
Cell: (585) 732-9033

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