Welcome to NAPO®!
Are you thinking of becoming a Professional Organizer or Productivity Consultant? Have you already started a productivity consulting or professional organizing business? NAPO is an education-based, non-profit association whose mission is to be the leading source for organizing and productivity professionals by providing exceptional education, enhancing business connections, advancing industry research, and increasing public awareness. We are here to support you in creating and growing your career in this exciting and expanding industry.
Why Join NAPO?
NAPO membership provides organizing and productivity professionals with the highest level of credibility.
The NAPO member logo on your business card or web site indicates to clients that you are a committed businessperson who values education and professional development, and who stays current on trends and advancements in your industry. It signals that you have aligned yourself with a respected association that leads and advances the organizing and productivity profession, and whose members adhere to a Code of Ethics.
As a NAPO member, you will gain access to opportunities for professional growth through educational events, volunteer and community outreach programs, and leadership positions.
Even if you are in the profession part-time, you can still benefit from NAPO membership. While organizing and productivity may be only a part of what you do, joining NAPO is a great way to enhance your skills, gain new areas of expertise, and experience the support of our community.
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There are many benefits to being a NAPO member, which you can read about on our Member Benefits page. These include:
New members can join at the following levels:
Provisional Member: Most new members join as Provisional Members and enjoy basic member benefits while gaining professional development via NAPO University’s Professional Practices Coursework. Once this coursework has been completed, members advance to Professional Member status and enjoy full member benefits including a listing in the Professional Organizer and Productivity Consultant Search Tool.
Fees: $275 per year + one time processing fee of $25
Corporate Associate Member: Businesses that manufacture, sell, or distribute organizing and productivity products and related services can join in this category. You can see more about our Corporate Associate Member program here.
Fees vary on membership level. Refer to our Corporate Partner Brochure for complete information.
Allied Member or Academic Member: An organizing and productivity professional who does not offer services to the general public may be eligible to join NAPO in one of these categories. An Allied Member is typically employed by a government agency, an educational institution, a non-profit organization, or a for-profit entity. An Academic Member is typically employed as an educator, academic researcher, or writer engaged in an area of study within the organizing and productivity profession at an accredited college or university.
Fees: $260 per year + one time processing fee of $25
Student Member: An individual enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited college or university may join NAPO as a Student Member.
Fees: $50 per year + one-time processing fee of $25
Not Ready to Join?
Non-members can create an account on NAPO.net to register for NAPO Education and the Annual Conference & Organizing Expo.
All memberships are valid for one year from date of purchase.
If you have any questions or aren’t sure what category of membership is right for you, please submit a contact form or call NAPO HQ at 856.380.6824.
All new applications are subject to a $25 processing fee. New Provisional Member applications submitted online will be activated the following business day. It is the policy of NAPO that membership dues are non-refundable. Any requests for exceptions to this policy must be submitted in writing for consideration by NAPO and will be decided on a case by case basis.
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NAPO encourages each business owner to exercise due diligence and seek legal counsel regarding the choice,