President Denise Fisher presides over Spring Conference Photo by Joan Wilkins
NEOPA Spring Conference attendees were welcomed with smiling facesPhoto by Joan Wilkins
NEOPA Spring Conference presenter Jolene Palmer. Photo by Joan Wilkins
NEOPA 2015-16 Officers. Photo by Joan Wilkins
NEOPA members work in educational offices such as a public school, a district office, a community and state colleges, an ESU, universities, a department of education, or administrative office such as NCSA. Benefits of membership include access to others' best practices, a network of dedicated and caring office professionals, and attendance at a fall workshop and spring conference. Join today! The NEOPA 2015-2016 membership form is available on the Membership page.
The Nebraska Educational Office Professionals Association (NEOPA) was founded in May of 1964. The association received affiliation with the National Association of Educational Office Professionals on July 20, 1964. Read More
January 23 is the first of two meetings for Strategic Planning. The first meeting will be held at the Whittier Center on the UNL Campus in Lincoln from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. All members are encouraged to attend and participate in the planning process. In the purpose statement for NEOPA -- to provide professional development and support for educational office professionals -- professional development is a major focus as will be ours for this retreat. We'll also be looking at options for the spring membership meeting and planning for the 2016 Fall Conference.