WEAC Summer Leadership Academy is July 29-31

Registration is now open for the 2019 WEAC Summer Leadership Academy, July 29-31 in Stevens Point.

The strength of the state association lies within the strength of each and every local. The Summer Leadership Academy in Stevens Point is meant to empower local leaders in their work with members, the community, administration, elected leaders and the students they serve. So often we get caught up in the definition of a leader as one who holds an office or title, and we know that there are leaders within each local that hold no office, and yet they are leading the profession. 

Members of a local team could have some members attend the Level 1 training (Foundational) while others attend the Level 2 training (Mobilizing and Power Building).   

WEAC strongly encourages you to sign up a team of leaders and remember WEAC is covering your expenses (meals at the conference and lodging at William Hansen Hall). All rooms are single occupancy.  Sheets, bedding and a towel are provided but you may want to bring your own.  If you need any assistance, please contact WEAC, Becky Bachman, 608-338-0353 or 800-362-8034 x 232.

Find more information about Summer Leadership Academy on WEAC’s website and here is more information about the two cohorts:

Level 1 Training:  Foundational

This training is designed for those who are new to work in their local association.  The training is designed to begin the leadership journey for leading of self in the association and prepare NEA members to lead in the six core competencies of Advocacy, Business, Communication, Governance & Leadership, Leading our Professions, and Organizing.    

Level 2 Training:  Mobilizing and Power Building

This training is designed for those who have been doing work with their local association for some time and have experience OR for those who have attended a past WEAC Summer Leadership Academy.  The training is designed to continue the leadership journey for leading the organization through the six core competencies of Advocacy, Business, Communication, Governance & Leadership, Leading our Professions, and Organizing.