Are you thinking about a career as an Episcopal school head? If the answer is "Yes," then you should plan to attend the Institute for Aspiring Heads, April 8-10, 2010 at the Renaissance Fort Lauderdale Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Whether you are currently working in an Episcopal school, in another independent school setting, or in the public schools, this is the gathering that will help you learn more about:
- the full range of responsibilities of modern-day school headship
- the specific implications of Episcopal school identity for the head of an Episcopal parish, cathedral, diocesan, independent, or other school
- the steps and processes involved in a head of school search
- how NAES’ new Principles of Good Practice for Leadership Transitions in Episcopal Schools, Principles of Good Practice for Furthering Episcopal Identity in Episcopal Schools and Principles of Good Practice for Governance in Episcopal Parish Day Schools can be brought to bear on school life
Through meals, shared worship, and social time, you will also develop a circle of colleagues and friends on which you can rely, both personally and professionally. You will leave Fort Lauderdale refreshed and encouraged for the journey of personal and professional discernment that awaits you.