Date Correction: MNEA offers leadership training

Please Note: The Something Better article contained the wrong dates. Please refer to the dates below for the correct information.

This spring and summer, Missouri NEA will offer a statewide leadership training opportunity for new leaders and regional training for experienced leaders.
Attendance for the statewide conference will be limited to 100 first-time attendees and experienced mentor leaders. The statewide conference will focus on leadership development and integrating beginning teachers into MNEA involvement.  
MNEA regional office staff will host the various Summer Association Leadership Training for experienced leaders with the focus of each varying according to local affiliate needs in the regions.
Summer Academy registration will begin April 20 for up to three members per MNEA local affiliate. On May 10, registration will be open to all first-time attendees, regardless of local.


Summer Academy for New/Emerging Leaders

July 20-22
Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center, Columbia, MO


Regional Summer Association Leadership Training 

St. Charles County
Monday, June 6

St. Louis
Tuesday, June 7

Kansas City
Friday, June 10
Saturday, June 18


Posted Date: 3/7/2016
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