AOAP Weekly Newsletter - March 9, 2022
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Congratulations to one of our newest AqP's - Holly Piittmann, Aquatics Director - Lowell & Helen Dunigan Family YMCA, YMCA of Southwestern Indiana who completed the Aquatic Professional Designation and can now add the AqP Designation to her portfolio of certifications.
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Aquatic Industry News
Upcoming Educational Offerings

There is still time to register for either course. Take our Live Virtual AFO option so that you may take the course from anywhere. This 2 day pool operator course is for anyone that runs and manages an aquatic facility of any sort whether you do the management or technical side or both. Join us for this fun, interactive course and get your Aquatic Facility Operator Certification!
Aquatics Coordinator - City of Portland, Parks & Recreation Department (Open Until Filled, First Review of Applications will be March 25, 2022 )

Director of Pool and Waterfront Safety - Mass Department of Conservation and Recreation
(Closes 3/16/22)

Chief Lifeguard - Mass Department of Conservation and Recreation (Closes 3/16/22)

Director of Learn to Swim - Mass Department of Conservation and Recreation (Closes 3/16/22)

Aquatics Manager - The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Core Community Center (TBD, but, closes on AOAP site 3/23/22)

(Open until filled, but, closes on AOAP site 3/23/22)

City of Maryland Heights, Missouri
(Open Until Filled, but, closes on AOAP site 3/20/22)
Plastex Matting, Inc (Open Until Filled, but, closes on AOAP site 4/8/22)

(Closes 4/30/22, but, 4/4/22 on AOAP Website)

Stanford University (Closes 3/31/22)

Town of Parker – Parks, Recreation & Open Space Department (Closes 3/21/22 5pm (MST))

Aquatics Coordinator - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Campus Recreation
(3/7/22 or until filled)

Head Guard - City of Oregon City, Oregon
(Open Until Filled, but, closes on AOAP site 3/17/22)

Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
(Closes 4/1/22, but closes on AOAP site 3/17/22)

Aquatics Coordinator - Mountain Bridge, Gypsum, Colorado (Open Until Closed, but closes on AOAP site 3/15/22)
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Association of Aquatic Professionals 12th Annual Conference and Exposition February 13, 2023 - February 16, 2023
The Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, CO

The AOAP Call for Session Proposals for the AOAP 2023 Conference & Exposition is now open. Session submittals are due no later than Aug, 15, 2022. Please consider submitting a session and share this session proposal information with anyone that you know that may be interested in submitting a session.

We will be notifying speakers whose sessions are accepted by Sept. 1 so that we are able to have the conference booklet completed and out around Sept. 15, 2022. Click Here to submit a session today!
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