Admin Professional Day Party Guide

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The party guide helps plan a themed Admin Professional Day event with ideas, tips in the food departments, creative crafts, and clever conversation chats, menus, recipes, cookies, cakes and food labels. Free printable games, puzzles, place name cards and coloring pages.

Administrative Professionals Day is a day set aside to honor those secretaries, office workers and support staff who fill our nation’s offices.

These hard working people deserve a rockin’ Administrative Professionals Day play list:

9 to 5 by Dolly Parton
It’s a 5 O’clock World by The Vogues
She Works Hard for the Money by Donna Summer
Workin’ Day and Night by Michael Jackson
I Want to Bang on the Drum All Day by Todd Rundgren
Just Got Paid by Johnny Kemp
In a Different Light by Doug Stone
These musical selections can be supplemented by some Administrative Professionals Day party supplies that truly get the job done. These could include rubber and paper mache suitcases, water coolers and pencil sharpeners that hang from the ceiling; real, fresh roses and carnations to lay beside table settings that include lace doilies, and fine china (after all, on Administrative Professionals Day, the secretary does deserve to feel like the boss), and take home party favors that include fancy foiled chocolate boxes and personalized ‘thank you’ cards. A toile or plastic banner reading “Happy Administrative Professionals Day” would make the perfect finishing touch to the party décor, especially if it’s personalized with the name of the professional being honored. Inspirational idea: Have the appetizers ready to go when the majority of the guests have arrived, in the meantime a few various game options should be ready to play. Use unscented candles at a dinner, because the fragrance from the candle may not mix well with the aroma of the food. Get creative by using poster board and LED lights to make your own light up banner or message.

Homemade party supplies and party goods for an Administrative Professionals Day should be very special. Administrative Professionals Day homemade party supplies such as handmade balloon bouquets, door covers and door curtains add a lot to this event. Other great homemade party supplies for Administrative Professionals Day are candle baskets, gift baskets and personalized items. These handmade party supplies are a welcomed addition to any Administrative Professionals Day.

Many people find making handmade Administrative Professionals Day party supplies to be fun and exciting and these are a great addition to the traditional party supplies such as, noise makers, paper plates, cups and napkins. Administrative Professionals Day handmade party supplies such as personalized banners, signs and scrapbooks require a lot of thought, but more than likely will be worth the extra effort and receive a grand review. Personalized homemade party supplies such as door covers, party hats and banners should be prepared prior to the Administrative Professionals Day. Many of your colleagues may enjoy helping you make homemade party supplies for this day that compare to no others.

Simple homemade Administrative Professionals Day homemade party supplies such as a homemade personalized banners, handmade Administrative Professionals Day signs and personalized candle baskets will be homemade party supplies that will be treasured by the recipient.

Every deserves to be recognized and what better chance then having a Administrative Professionals Day theme cake to just that for people. Lets stop and think about this for a minute as to work on the planning that will take place and the party supplies that will be needed. Ideas for the top of the cake once the frosting is done, using icing or candy lettering add words of appreciation or acknowledgement. Expand to include phrases or sayings that might be appropriate to those being recognized. Now here are the directions to making a cake, start by getting the oven to 350 degrees and coat a 13 by 9 by 2 inch pan, using no-stick cooking spray to start. The topping will combine sugar and flour in a small bowl, proceed to mix in butter flavored shortening. More about the cake using butter flavored shortening once more, plus sugar and vanilla. Now for the eggs, beating well include the flour, baking soda, salt to the mix. Almost done, just need to spread the batter into the pan, only about half because the cheery pie filling goes on top, repeat until done. Now bake the cake for 50 minutes at 350 degrees.

Secretaries Day is also known as Professional Secretaries Week or Administrated Professionals Day which has recently redesigned to include all office employees and in doing so can also be referred to as Administrative professional week. The first National Secretaries Day was held in 1952 and was sponsored by the Administrative Professionals Week Committee.

It is a common misconception that the holiday was started through organizations affiliated with the floral industry but the actual intent of the holiday was created to commemorate the greatly appreciated work of office employees to businesses and agencies and similarly to expand recognition of the field in students interested in the field. Secretaries Day has become widely accepted and appreciated by both employee and employers.You can even make it more special for your employee by taking them out for lunch or perhaps even brunch.

The common goals of the organization that started Secretaries Day were as follows: to increase awareness in the field, to increase the professional image, to persuade others to pursue the field of administration, and to endorse the quality of continuing education in professional development.

So who exactly can be considered for this special day of recognition that we used to call Secretary Day? The change to Administrative Professional vastly broadened the scope for those that qualify but largely it is anyone who you appreciate in your office or administrative people that make your life easier. As an employer, one of the easiest ways to maintain a healthy working atmosphere is to show your appreciation to those that make their daily duty tasks that revolve around un-complicating your daily schedules, however that might factor out individually.

There are some excellent ways that the employer can contribute to the well-being of their administrative supports. Tuition reimbursements for furthered education, registration for different conferences and seminars, and encouraging attainment of professional certification are three simple ways that an employer can give support to their existing employees and offer an avenue of growth for them and the company simultaneously.

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Admin Professional Day History, Facts and Educational Resources

Add an educational twist to any birthday party, holiday celebration, or theme party.  Share the history of the Admin Professional Day theme to the guests.  Play some free printable educational party games.  Shhh don't tell the kids that they are learning!

The history of Administrative Professionals’ Day dates back to 1952. Administrative Professionals’ Day was first known as Secretary’s Day, when Harry Klemfuss, a publicist in New York encouraged the consideration of the secretarial support field. He worked with the National Secretaries Association, which later became known as the International Association of Administrative Professionals.

This day is celebrated on the Wednesday of the last full week of April, and it recognizes secretaries, administrative assistants, receptionists, and other support professionals.

Administrative Professionals’ Day is actually an unofficial holiday and it was originally observed only in the United States. The first of this historic celebration took place on June 4th, 1952, during the first National Secretaries Week, June 1 through June 7, 1952, and it was proclaimed by the United States Secretary of Commerce, Charles Sawyer. By 1955, it moved to be observed during the last full week of April.

Now it is celebrated worldwide, and it has become one of the largest observances in the work place. The direct supervisor of the administrative assistant usually takes their support personnel to lunch, buys her flowers or candy, or gives the assistant time off. There was a time where many secretaries actually rebelled against the flower-giving, and adopted the chant “raises, not roses.”

The history of Administrative Professionals’ Day tells that it was observed as National Secretaries Week in 1955, then the name changed to Professional Secretaries Week in 1981, and then it was finally renamed to Administrative Professionals Week in the year 2000. And the registrant is now recognized as the International Association of Administrative Professionals. Pick durable items that will last longer and laminate paper ones to reuse at future gatherings. Use fragrance to set a mood by burning scented candles and even incense. Pick durable items that will last longer and laminate paper ones to reuse at future gatherings. The history of Admin Professional Day has different interpretations by each person, so use your own judgement. Share these facts with friends at a celebration.
The Party Supplies Hut has more free elementary educational teacher resources for Admin Professional Day to use in the classroom for active learning to create lesson plans with trivia questions, games and fun activities.

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