Student organizing can be an additional niche for residential organizers. This six-hour course will help organizing professionals develop a student organizing business by highlighting business structure, additional insights for working with students, as well as strategies that will be important to share with this client population.
Thursday, July 13, 2015
11:00 AM – 2 :00 PM EST
Title:ABC’s of Student Organizing
Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to:
- Understand why students today need help with organization
- Be introduced to a child’s development stages through adolescence
- Learn how to structure your business to work with students
- Understand the unique aspects of working with students
- Discover the specific knowledge, skills and abilities a student organizer must possess to be successful
- Gain knowledge of resources and collaboration partners
- Learn about the areas of a student assessment
- Examine space, paper and time management strategies for students
Format of course: Webinar
Location: Via telephone (audio) and internet (visual)
Confirmation and Course Materials: Confirmation of registration & course materials will be emailed to you at least three days prior to the course start date. If you do not receive this email, it is your responsibility to contact NAPO (via phone: 856.380.6828 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org) at least 24 hours prior to the course start date.
The course was developed and is being taught by Kathy Jenkins, CPO®. She is the Founder of Come To Order® and The Organizing Tutor™. As a Certified Professional Organizer®, Certified Family Manager® Coach and Love & Logic® Parenting Facilitator/Coach, Kathy happily spends her days helping busy families simplify and come to order in every aspect of their lives, not just with their stuff! She has a particular affinity for paper.
Kathy is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), NAPO Golden Circle, NAPO Education Committee, the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD) and Faithful Organizers. She also serves as the Leader of the NAPO Student Organizing Special Interest Group and the NAPO Richmond Chapter Secretary. She is proud to be counted as one of the creators of the NAPO in the Schools Elementary Program.