Virtual Community School Coordinator Boot Camp – Jan 31 – Feb 3
The National Center for Community Schools at Children’s Aid is now accepting registrations for Community School Coordinator Boot Camp, our popular professional learning opportunity that is designed specifically to support the role at the heart of community schools.
While community school coordinators go by different titles — “Site Facilitator,” “Hub Coordinator,” or “Community School Director” to name a few — it’s never been more important than now to support their skill-building and development, as a growing number of school districts across the country are adopting and scaling the community school strategy.
Over four half-days from January 31 to February 3, 2023, the Boot Camp will provide a series of sessions designed to help participants:
- Gain foundational skills and knowledge for success as a coordinator
- Develop an action plan to effectively lead their community school
- Grow a network of peers for ongoing support and partnership
Our practice-based team looks forward to helping you to hone the leadership and strategic skills essential to disrupt inequity and provide every child with opportunity and a sense of belonging.
In order to ensure a meaningful and interactive experience, we will have a limited number of slots available. Also, please note that this opportunity is only available for site-level community school coordinators (or equivalent titles). Later this month, we will open registration for a separate learning opportunity specifically for those who supervise community school coordinators.
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