APRIL 15TH / COMMUNITY GATHERING
The role of educators, administrators and school leaders in creating nurturing learning environments is more challenging than ever. The need for values-aligned individuals to come together and share ideas, inspiration, and practical solutions remains urgent.
Come network with other education leaders and learn meaningful ways to center empathy in your personal and professional life! Learn more or register below.
APRIL 21ST / WEBINAR
Being an education leader is stressful, overwhelming, and challenging—but leading through a global pandemic and national unrest can be downright paralyzing.
This 60-minute, free interactive webinar will provide you, and your fellow school and district leaders, with resources and strategies to ensure you and your staff feel equipped, clear, supported, and strong as leaders in the year to come. Learn more or register below.
MAY 6TH / COMMUNITY GATHERING
Community Gatherings are a monthly opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and hear from education leaders nationwide who are putting these shared values into practice.
This month's 90-minute community gathering will center on the experience of Mackee Mason and how he has created a safe campus culture rooted in restorative justice that encourages repair after ruptures occur. Learn more or register below.
MAY 19TH / WEBINAR
Educators across the country have experienced a prolonged state of toxic stress. With the transition to new ways of attending and teaching in school, they have been expected to do more, and adjust more quickly, than ever before.
This free, 60-minute, interactive webinar will equip educational leaders with an easy and sustainable system for supporting the mental health and well-being of their learning communities. Learn more or register below.
FUELED ALUM PROGRAMMING
Empathy Circles are 90-minute group support sessions where up to 12 FuelEd educator alums gather online to develop knowledge, self-awareness, emotional wellbeing, and interpersonal skills in connection with other educators.
Consider this a powerful, intentional step toward fostering a resilient community with whom you can be honest and true. We're here for you!