the barbara and patrick roche center for catholic education
The Emmaus Leadership Series
Now Accepting Applications for Cohort 2013
Effective leadership for today's Catholic school requires competencies in many areas, most importantly in spiritual leadership, curriculum and instructional design, and business management. Principals need to continuously develop these critical components to effectively articulate and lead their school's mission. The Emmaus Series is the ideal opportunity for Catholic school principals wanting to take their schools to the next level.
This game-changing professional development opportunity, punctuated by retreats, workshops, and mentoring over 20 months, advances the leadership ability of the 21st century Catholic school principal. Utilizing the new National Standards for Effective Catholic Schools and key partnerships with Boston College's Lynch School of Education, School of Theology and Ministry, and Carroll School of Management, the Roche Center for Catholic Education offers this unique program to strengthen the principal's ability to adopt and adapt to ongoing challenges. All programming in the Emmaus Series will focus on the intersecting areas of spiritual leadership, curriculum and instructional design, and business management.
Catholic School Leadership Teams Conference: Transcending the Challenges
August 1 - August 2, 2013, The Wylie Inn and Conference Center, Beverly, MA
- Leadership enrichment and orientation of emerging trends for 20 nationally selected teams responsible for leading effective Catholic schools
- Program areas include Catholic Identity, Governance and Leadership, Academic Excellence, and Operational Vitality
- Team Structure: 2 leaders of a Catholic school, consisting of a principal or head of school with a pastor, president, board chair, or other similar leadership personenel