The School Leadership Center calls Principals to “tap” teachers who want to train as the next generation of school leaders through the innovative Aspiring Leaders Program. The year-long program requires teachers to attend 4 sessions (28 clock hours) during the academic school year to focus on building a stronger school improvement plan, inviting critique into school administration, and designing school technology components. Aspiring Leaders is a serious examination of leadership, management, curriculum implementation, and supervision skills which propel the participants to envision themselves as future Principals or school leaders. Class size is limited to 50 registrants and Aspiring Leaders can earn up to 25 CLU’s for participating.
Classes meet during two, Friday/Saturday sessions, typically from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Program fees include all materials, lunch, and snacks.
Download our Aspiring Leaders Brochure to learn more about the 2016-2017 program, and stay tuned for details regarding the 2017-2018 Program!
Save on your Aspiring Leaders registration by becoming an SLC Member. Visit our Membership page for details.
For all other questions, please call Dr. Brian Riedlinger at (504) 267-7239 or email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.