Job Opening: Join New Leaders' Aspiring Principals Program!
- New Leaders is seeking outstanding candidates for its Aspiring Principals ProgramGreat leaders = Great schools.One of the key strategies to dramatically improve the quality of education is to identify, recruit, and select transformational school leaders. Founded in 2000 by a team of social entrepreneurs, New Leaders is a national nonprofit that develops transformational school leaders and designs effective leadership policies and practices for school systems across the country.Almost 800 school leaders in Baltimore, Bay Area, Charlotte, Chicago, Memphis, Newark, New Orleans, New York City, Prince George's County, MD, and Washington DC. have gone through the New Leaders Aspiring Principals Program. These school leaders work on a daily basis to implement data-driven instruction, differentiated instruction, and utilize their adult leadership skills to improve the quality of education for every child in these program sites, especially students in poverty and students of color.The New Leaders Aspiring Principals Program trains tomorrow's principals to turn around underperforming schools and the lives of the students who attend them. The people who join our program share a deep belief that all students can achieve at high levels that demography is not destiny for children if the adults can get it right. Beyond this shared belief, New Leader Principals all have a drive to action; they want to make this vision a reality, and they want to do it quickly for the many students not being served well by our public schools. They are talented and extremely dedicated educators, and they do not give up until all their students get the excellent education they need for success in college and life.New Leaders is open to educators from across the country - Remaining Application deadlines for this season are December 1, 2011 and February 7, 2012!If you are one of the outstanding educators that will help make our vision of high academic achievement for EVERY student a reality in one of our nine program sites, then I encourage you to learn more about us using the buttons below. Also, please do not hesitate to reach out to us using the contact information below.Apply:Learn More:RSVP for an Info Session:Contact Us: