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BYU Office Professionals plan conference March 3-5

The Office Professional Advisory Committee and Human Resource Services present the 12th Annual Office Professional Conference from Wednesday, March 3, through Friday, March 5, in the Wilkinson Student Center.

The theme of the conference comes from D&C 38:27, “I say unto you, be one; and if ye are not one ye are not mine.”

The conference provides opportunities for individual and professional growth, and shows appreciation for excellence by professional personnel at all levels of office support.

President and Sister Samuelson will be the keynote speakers, with opening speakers Jack Christianson and John Bytheway. There will be additional breakout sessions available each day, brown bag luncheons on Wednesday and Thursday and a catered lunch on Friday.

The mission of OPAC is to advise the Assistant Administrative Vice President for Human Resource Services; to further excellence by providing opportunities for networking, recognition and exchange of ideas; and to promote individual and professional growth.

Additional information can be found at http://www.byu.edu/hr/new/opac/registration/login.php or by contacting your area OPAC representative. Online registration will be available until Feb. 20.

For more information, please contact Heather Hammond at ext. 2-3037 or heather_hammond@byu.edu.

Writer: Heather Hammond

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