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Feb 10, 2016

Join us for our free Applicant Orientation Webinar to learn more about the National Guild's 2016 Community Arts Education Leadership Institute (CAELI) and how to apply. The webinar is hosted by faculty member John McCann, and will feature alumni:

  1. Jill LeCesne Potter, Director of Programs, Urban Gateways/A.R.T., Chicago, IL
  2. Noah Bloom, Director of Programs and Community Engagement, Neighborhood Music
      School, New Haven, CT
  3. Elizabeth Whitford, Executive Director, Arts Corps, Seattle, WA

During this one-hour interactive webinar, you will:

  • Get an overview of the seven-month leadership development program
  • Learn more about the application process, selection criteria, and characteristics of successful applications
  • Hear what motivated alumni to apply, what aspects of the institute were most beneficial to them, and what impact the institute has made on their leadership and career
  • Have the opportunity to ask questions

Check out the event page to register for the webinar.

CAELI application deadline is April 8, 2016.

The Community Arts Education Leadership Institute (CAELI) provides an intensive, transformative experience through which current and aspiring leaders advance their skills by engaging with top leadership trainers and nationally renowned practitioners. CAELI is ideally suited for those in executive positions or preparing to move into such positions. The seven-month program includes a five-day seminar at Bryn Mawr College (Philadelphia, PA), from July 26–30, 2016 and advanced assignments, a 360-degree feedback process, and follow-up coaching. To optimize the learning experience, participation is limited to 26 individuals selected through a competitive application process.


This resource brought to you by the National Guild for Community Arts Education.