The Aspiring Principals Conference is a one-day event intended to generate excitement as well as present a realistic portrayal of the joys and trials of school leadership.
Characteristics of Quality Schools and Effective School Leaders
What It's Like to be a Principal• In-Basket Activity - Realistic Simulation
Preparing for School Leadership
• Principal’s Credential Requirements
• Educational Leadership Degree Programs
Who Should Attend:
The Aspiring Principals Conference is appropriate for anyone interested in learning more about the many dimensions of school leadership. Elementary, middle, or secondary teachers interested in pursuing a career in educational leadership are encouraged to attend.
Why Take Part:
• Acquire information to help you decide if you want to pursue a career in school administration: You’ll better understand if school leadership is right for you and if you are right for school leadership.
• Learn more about what it's like to be a principal. You’ll have the opportunity to interact with several successful North Dakota administrators and experience real-life situations.
• Lean about credentialing requirements.
• Meet with representatives from NDSU, UND, and U-Mary educational leadership graduate programs.
SITE & DATES:Bismarck - Radisson Hotel - 605 East Broadway Avenue - 701-255-6000 - May 2, 2017
Registration Deadline is April 18, 2017 (contact ND LEAD Center after that date at 701-258-3022)COSTS:
$100 Registration Fee
SUBSTITUTION POLICY: Substitutions may be made up to one week prior to the seminar by calling the ND LEAD Center (701-258-3022).
CANCELLATION POLICY: To receive a refund, less a $50 processing fee, all cancellations must be made at least two weeks prior to seminar. You will be charged the full registration fee if you cancel after that time or if you register and don’t attend the seminar.
If you need lodging, a block of rooms is reserved under ND LEAD at the hotel site. Please make your own room reservation. The hotel releases rooms three weeks prior to the event.
PSEL (Professional Standards for Educational Leaders) Full Document
NDASSP (North Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals)