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  • Minority Leadership Program Nominations due May 3rd


    The OEC team is excited to enter the second year of the Minority Leadership Program. Applicants may self-nominate or be nominated by their peers or principal/supervisor. Each principal or supervisor will be asked for an acknowledgment of application completion. Applications are open and available in the Minority Leadership Program tab on the OEC webpage, as well as listed in the ASD internal postings in Applitrack. The nomination deadline is May 3, at 11:59 pm AKST.
     
    The program was created to educate, engage, and empower staff of color to ascend through the ranks of leadership within ASD. From department chairs to administration, a critical aspect of the District's staffing and hiring is the recruitment, retention, and promotion of a diverse workforce. Ultimately, creating a more diverse staff will benefit students, schools, and communities. While this program does not guarantee a job, it does create an internal pool of possible applicants. The culture of the program is one that promotes opportunities where staff can create networks of support and continued learning. In partnership with the University of Alaska, the program is now a two-credit course.
     
    All questions may be directed to Sonya Hunte, Senior Director of Equity and Compliance, via email (Hunte_Sonya@asdk12.org) or phone (742-4130).

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  • Minority Leadership Program Informational Meeting

     

    Monday February 1st, 2021 6-7pm

    The Office of Equity & Compliance is excited to enter the second year of the Minority Leadership Program. The program was created to educate, engage, and empower staff of Color to ascend through the ranks of leadership within the Anchorage School District. From department chair to administration, critical to our district's staffing and hiring is the recruitment, retention, and promotion of a diverse workforce. Ultimately, creating a more diverse staff will benefit students, schools, and communities. While this program does not guarantee a job, this creates an internal pool of possible applicants. The culture of the program is one that promotes opportunities where staff can create networks of support and continued learning. In partnership with the University of Alaska, the program is now a two-credit course. 

    This informational will cover the following:

    • Application Process and Rubric 
    • Program Expectations 
    • Program Content
    • Program Participant Testimonials 
    • Questions and Answers

     

    Join Zoom Meeting

    https://asdk12.zoom.us/j/93963992045?pwd=MWE5SS9VYld3TmR2UmxGZklpOUY0dz09

    Meeting ID: 939 6399 2045

    Passcode: 583380

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