On Friday, April 1, we're hosting our last virtual hiring conference of the season, FORUM/Spring. If you are a job seeker looking for a new opportunity or a school that has hiring needs for the next academic year, don't miss this opportunity! Both schools and Carney Sandoe candidates will enjoy the convenience of connecting over a day of pre-scheduled interviews.
Candidates register for free! More info is available here.
Our second and final in-person hiring conference of the year is brining us back to the West Coast. On Friday, February 25, this event will feature schools and job seekers from up and down the West Coast.
Our current candidates register for free. See the details here.
After a two-year hiatus, we're back in person for our flagship hiring conference. Join us Friday and Saturday, February 11 and 12 in Boston to connect, interview, and network at this national event. We're absolutely thrilled to welcome our valued school representatives and candidates back to our hometown.
Current CS&A candidates register for free. Learn more here.
We are happy to support school leaders and our friends at ISACS by sponsoring the 2022 Heads Conference. January 27 and 28 in Chicago. On January 27, CS&A sponsored the keynote presentation by Valaida L. Wise from Valaida Wise Consulting, Inc. titled “Unlocking the Promise of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Role of the Head of School.”
In continued support of women in education, Carney Sandoe is proud to sponsor the California Teacher Development Collaborative's Women + Leadership Conference which brings together educators from schools throughout California to build community and provide inspiration and support for women in navigating their professional journeys with purpose, courage, and an equity lens.
Barbara Daush and Lucinda Lee Katz from our Search and Consulting Group delivered a virtual session on coaching and mentoring, titled “The Pathway to Headship: Women Learning Through Sponsorship, Mentoring, and Coaching.” In the session, they outlined the differences between and advantages of these three distinct practices for self-growth and highlighted how women can begin or continue their journey into leadership.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from 1954 until his death in 1968. Since 1986, his birth date has been observed as a federal holiday by the federal government.
In observation and remembrance, our office is closed on Monday, January 17.
We are happy to share the theme for our 2022 Virtual FORUM/Diversity— “I AM: Multifaceted Approaches to Inclusion and Belonging.”
Purposefully designed with our schools and job seekers in mind, this year our conference offers three days of interviewing (January 27-29) and one week of inspiring and meaningful professional development (January 24-28). The professional development track features diversity practitioners, educators, and thought leaders from across the country discussing topics relevant to the work of equity and inclusion in schools.
While we are not gathering in person, we are so excited to come together online and cultivate the same connections with hiring schools and engaging ongoing education that you love about FORUM/Diversity. Learn more and register today.