APPA Young Professionals (AYP) are defined as someone who has recently begun a career in the field of Facilities Management and is approximately 35 years of age or younger. Many of them bring the following attributes to the educational facilities management profession:
Building my network outside of my home institution was a skill I struggled with when I first entered the facilities profession. Early on...
Two years ago, when I was 30, I attended my first APPA event. I did not know anything about APPA and only went because my director recommended I attend...
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Mentoring is an essential leadership skill. In addition to managing and motivating people, it's also important that you can help others learn, grow and become more effective in their jobs. Do you want to move your career forward? Would you like to develop your leadership skills as well as help others learn, grow, and improve their skills? Or would you like to find someone who can help you do these things? APPA is here to help provide you the platform to develop a mentoring partnership. Visit our mentoring page.
APPA’s Credential and Certification program is dedicated to strengthening and sustaining the profession by increasing professional competency and supporting the educational mission through establishing and validating standards for professional practice. To learn more about the CEFP and EFP, please visit our website.