In order to join NAPO-St. Louis at any level except Associate Member, you must first be a member of NAPO on the national level. If you are a Professional Organizer who is not yet a member of NAPO, please visit the NAPO Membership page for information on how to join.
Once you have joined NAPO on the national level, please visit our Apply for Membership page to submit an application to join NAPO-St. Louis at the Professional or Provisional level.
Professional Member - This is the standard form of membership, and it includes all benefits of membership. Prerequisite: Complete the three NAPO National Professional Practices courses and be moved to a Professional Member at the National level.
Provisional Member - Individuals engaged in the organizing and/or productivity profession join NAPO as Provisional Members. After completion of the Professional Practices coursework , Provisional Members advance to Professional Member status. Provisional members are non-voting members.
If you have questions about becoming a Member, please contact our Director of Membership, Sheila DeHart.
Once you have joined NAPO on the national level, please contact our Director of Membership, Sheila DeHart, to sign up as any of the specialty memberships below:
Academic Member - An individual 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 -- but who does not offer organizing or productivity services to the general public -- may join NAPO as an Academic Member.
Allied Member - An Organizing and Productivity Professional employed by a government agency, post-secondary educational institution, non-profit organization, for-profit entity, or self-employed -- however, does not offer services to the general public -- may join NAPO as an Allied Member.
Emeritus Member - Retired Professional Members are eligible for Emeritus Membership if they are no longer engaged in the Organizing and Productivity profession, are at least 55 years of age, and have been a NAPO member for at least 15 years.
Student Member - An individual enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited college or university may join NAPO as a Student Member. A Student Member enjoys selected NAPO membership benefits, but is not entitled to voting privileges and cannot serve on the Board of Directors.
If you have a product or service that is related to the organizing industry, Associate Membership might be right for you. Associate Members do not need to join NAPO at the national level in order to join our chapter.
Please visit our Apply for Membership page to submit an application to join NAPO-St. Louis as an Associate Member. Please note that Professional Organizers or those who are planning on breaking into the industry as a Professional Organizer are not eligible for Associate Membership.
If you have questions about becoming an Associate Member, please contact our Director of Associate Membership, Christy DeJohn.