2017 Alkion NY Program

Waldorf Institute of Southeastern Michigan presents:

 

The Art of Administration and Leadership in Waldorf Schools: 

Understanding the Social and Spiritual Foundations

Alkion Center, Harlemville, NY July 9 – 14

  • School and the Image of the Human Being
  • The Dynamics of School Governance
  • Leadership in a Collaborative Spiritual Organization
  • The Healing Social Life: Working Together

 

 Core Faculty

Mara   

Mara White

Director of School, Waldorf School of Massachusetts Bay, Co-Founder of DANA

(Development and Administrative Network of AWSNA),

Past Leadership Council member of AWSNA,

Past faculty member Sunbridge College Administrative Training, School Consultant

maradelaneywhite@yahoo.com

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Lisa Mahar

School Administrator, Monadnock Waldorf School, Keene,  New Hampshire

NE Regional Leader, Development and Administrator Network of AWSNA (ANA)

 

 

 

Deadline for registration May 1

For more info and to register go to www.LeadingwithSpirit.org registration page

Leading with Spirit is a part-time two-year professional development program designed to support administrative leadership in Waldorf Schools and Collaborative Institutions across the continent. The program includes three week-long summer intensives, professional mentoring over two years, independent research projects and participation with a cohort of colleagues online over two years. Completion of the course also requires participation in four weekend professional development seminars.

 The summer intensives are based on the successful certificate and Master’s Program in Waldorf School Administration and Community Development offered at Sunbridge College between 1993 and 2008.

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