Almost two dozen college students participating in the Curran Catholic School Leader Academy will train to become Catholic school principals on Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 , from 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the New York Catholic Center, Dillon Hall (20th Floor), 1011 First Avenue, New York, NY, 10022.
Students from Fordham University and the University of Notre Dame will learn how to lead a Catholic school by listening to keynote speakers and participating in workshops and panels led by experts in education and child development. The Curran Fellows will also present a project they have prepared called the Colloquium which focuses on customer service, customer care and the overall customer experience models to be implemented at a Catholic school.
The goal of the Curran Catholic School Leader Academy is to prepare the Fellows for the realities of leading a school. The program will provide the participants the proper training and give them the tools they need to lead the Catholic schools of the future.
About Curran Catholic School Leader Academy
Since 2008, Curran Catholic School Leadership Academy has been forming and mentoring the next generation of New York’s Catholic school leaders. CCSLA’s program prepares and supports these leaders as they assume responsibility for the Catholic identity of their schools and the larger Catholic educational community.