How Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Justice (DEIJ) Directors can transition from higher education to K-12 independent schools
A 3-part series for tips on how to successfully make the transition from a DEIJ role in higher education to K-12 independent schools. This series will address:

Session One:
What is an independent school?
How do you find jobs in independent schools?
What is the application process?

Session Two:
Deciphering the independent school DEIJ job description
The Interview (Part I): what to expect
The Interview (Part II): Questions to ask (and that you’ll be asked)

Session Three:
Negotiating the job offer
The First Year (Part I): What to expect in the first year
The First Year (Part II): Do’s and Don’ts

Each session is 90 minutes and will run during the following dates and times (EST):
Session One: Saturday, January 9 11AM-12:30PM
Session Two: Saturday, February 6 11AM-12:30PM
Session Three: Saturday, March 6 11AM-12:30PM

3-Session Cost: $225*
*BONUS: The first 8 people to register will receive a FREE resume/cover letter review session (45-minutes)

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Facilitator:  Shanelle Henry is the Director of Equity and Inclusion at Greens Farms Academy, a Pre-K through grade 12 independent school in Westport, Connecticut. In her role, Shanelle works with students, faculty, administrators, parents and Trustees to provide strategic vision and leadership in the areas of equity, diversity, and inclusion throughout the school community. A native of Brooklyn, NY, Shanelle has successfully transitioned DEIJ leadership roles in higher education, non-profits, public and independent schools across the country. Shanelle is also the co-founder of the Institute for Teaching Diversity and Social Justice.
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