WEB SPOTLIGHT

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council website provides administrative professionals with information and tools to help them succeed, such as: easy access to the AP handbook, answers to frequently asked questions about AP positions, and a link to sign up for the AP listserv. The site also offers a place to “submit a question” or suggestion.

Meeting notes, current agendas, news and announcements are posted online and can be accessed from the homepage of the site, www.apac.wsu.edu. There is also a listing of job openings and information on how to become a member of APAC.

The site displays an AP spotlight that focuses on a particular professional at WSU. People interested in suggesting a professional to showcase can e-mail apac@wsu.edu.

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