High 5
Our weekly picks for advancing your career
August 21, 2023
1. Womens Forum keynotes announced
ACSA has announced the keynotes for the 2023 Women in School Leadership Forum. Genein Letford is an award-winning speaker, best-selling author and corporate trainer on creative thinking and Intercultural Creativity. Jacquelyn Wieland is executive director of The John Maxwell Team and regularly facilitates training and coaching in the areas of leadership development, professional skills and personal growth.
When: Sept. 20-22, 2023
Where: Newport Beach
Info: bit.ly/WISL2023
2. Academies starting soon
Limited space is still available! Check out ACSA’s virtual Co-Administrators; Curriculum & Instructional Leaders; and Equity Administrators academies and these eight hybrid cohorts (Fridays online/Saturdays in-person): Personnel Administrators in Azusa, Danville, Rancho Cordova and Salinas; Pupil Services in Upland; Special Education in Arcadia and Sacramento; and Superintendents in Tustin. All Academies begin after Labor Day and cohorts are filling up quickly. Register now at www.acsa.org/academies.
3. ECC Symposium now open for registration
Registration just opened for the 2024 Every Child Counts Symposium. ACSA’s Student Services and Special Education Council invites you to this world-class learning event featuring exciting workshops, informative keynotes and opportunities for skill development and networking.
When: Jan. 10-12, 2024
Where: JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa, Palm Desert
Cost: $599 ACSA member; $799 non-member
Register: bit.ly/ECC2024
4. New Superintendents’ Seminar Series starts soon
ACSA’s New Superintendents Seminar Series allows new superintendents to tackle current issues in a confidential and supportive setting with the guidance of experienced, successful superintendents.
When: Five sessions throughout the year (first session Sept. 22-23)
Where: Sacramento and Indian Wells
Cost: $2,900 ACSA member; $2,175 second-year/returning cohort member
Register: bit.ly/NSSS2023
5. CNET sessions available
Are you an ACSA Leadership Coach? Make sure to sign up for your ongoing training through California Network of School Leadership Coaches (CNET). CNET is a one-day online session for leadership coaches who have previously completed ACSA Leadership Coaching and is required for all individuals coaching ACSA Clear Administrative Credential Program candidates.
When: Multiple sessions in October (see online for dates)
Cost: $92.50
Register: onlinelearning.acsa.org
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