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An Organizing and Productivity Professional who does not offer services to the general public may be eligible to join NAPO as an Allied Member. An Allied Member is typically employed by a government agency, post-secondary educational institution, non-profit organization, for-profit entity or self-employed.
Allied Members receive many NAPO membership benefits, may serve as a Director on NAPO's Board and participate in Board votes as part of Board service, but does not have general voting privileges and cannot serve as an Officer of NAPO.
*Plus a one-time application fee of $25
An Allied Membership gives you instant access to most of NAPO membership benefits. Since Allied Members do not offer services to the general public, they are not listed in the Professional Directory.
Ask questions on any and all topics, join community-specific forums, exchange client referrals, stay current on NAPO news, network with like-minded professionals, and more with the Productivity & Organizing Interactive Networking Tool (POINT). Think of it as NAPO’s private social network.
Access members-only content and discounted coursework through NAPO University. Taught by qualified, subject-matter experts, NAPO University’s curriculum includes on-demand classes, and Certified Professional Organizer exam prep.
An association membership can set you apart from your colleagues and indicates your commitment to industry standards and excellence. Don’t forget to include your NAPO membership on your C.V.
NAPO volunteers report that their work has a direct impact on their career success and satisfaction. Grow your skills, connect with colleagues, and give back to your community by participating in one of our public events or volunteering on the local and/or national level.
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) provide NAPO Members with the opportunity to expand their knowledge in a niche market, eligible members receive 2 complimentary SIG memberships. Each SIG holds regularly scheduled virtual meetings. SIGs include: Authorship & Publishing, Coaching, Environmentally-Conscious Organizers, Moving & Relocation, Photo Organizers, Speaking for Fees and more.
Your NAPO membership gives you access to the latest organizing and productivity products and services available from NAPO’s Business Partners; many of whom offer exclusive discounts, promotions, and specials available to NAPO members only.
Resources for Allied Members
We are committed to helping our members advance their careers through professional development and educational opportunities. Whether you are just starting out or have been engaged in the profession for some time, here are some key resources to help set you apart.
Earn Your Certified Professional Organizer® Credential
Distinguish yourself and advance your practice by earning your CPO®. Certification requires documentation of paid work experience and successfully passing the CPO exam.Learn More
Gain exposure by contributing to the NAPO Blog. Approved posts will be shared via NAPO's social media sites and emailed to the entire subscriber list.Learn More
Business Resources Track
On-demand courses developed by NAPO University for both new and seasoned business owners cover the fundamentals and tools necessary to start, grow or adjust your business.Learn More
NAPO "Stand Out" Podcast Series
Subscribe, listen, and learn from industry experts and NAPO members as they share their successes, challenges, best practices, industry developments, and more.Learn More
Join a chapter
Connect with other Organizing and Productivity Professionals in your area by joining a local NAPO chapter or the NAPO Virtual chapter. Visit the chapter website to find out about the benefits of membership.Chapters