Degrees of Impact
The National Network of Schools in Partnership and The Hockaday School's Institute for Social Impact invite you to
This professional development experience will provide educators from across the country the opportunity to connect and consider emerging practices and trends for community engagement, civic and partnership programs. The two-day event will focus on engaged, hands-on learning opportunities that will prepare students for their futures by honing their critical character skills and preparing them to be leaders in their communities, workplace, and society.
Over the course of the two-days, attendees will be introduced to a variety of ways that community and civic engagement programs are integrated into a PK-12 curriculum as well as they will be given ample time to design or redesign their own programs through a design thinking process. Every attendee will leave the Degrees of Impact with a greater understanding of the variety of ways in which community and civic engagement can be integrated into the curriculum as well as an action plans for ways in which to enhance their work at home.
The intended audience for the Degrees of Impact symposium includes principals, heads of schools, administrators and faculty who are focused on driving their curriculum to include reciprocal, meaningful and sustainable community engagement programs that will have a lasting impact on their students’ educational experience and outcome.
Join us for 36 hours of immersive training and development of your community engagement, civic, and partnership programs.
Coming this year to Baltimore, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Dates and details to come soon.