This webinar will be an overview of what knowledge, skills, and dispositions are needed to becoming an effective mentor to your staff and others in the field, and possibly a Community-based mentor. In Fall of 2018, UW-Whitewater launched its new Early Child Care and Education program; a non-license bachelor’s degree program focused on either leadership or teaching in the early childhood field. Students seeking this degree will be connected with a Community-based mentor during the final capstone semester through an internship or field experience. If you are interested in learning more about mentoring or becoming a Community-based mentor, attend this informational webinar.
This webinar qualifies for Registry credit.
Presented by: Angela Stoddard, Instructor at UW-Milwaukee
Educator, trainer, author, coach, innovator, leader, learner. These are a few roles Angel has played in her 25-year career. Angel’s mission each day is to show up (stand up, step in, sit down, lean in) with passion and purpose, with curiosity and courage. She is driven to elevate the role leader’s hold in ensuring quality programming. In her role as full-time instructor for the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee’s Center for Early Childhood Professional Development and Leadership, Angel designs, develops and presents professional development opportunities for local, state and national audiences. Angel is driven by a deep belief that leaders must be learners and aims to inspire the joy of learning in others. Recently, Angel was accepted into the Exchange Leadership Initiative.
Members: Free (The registration system will recognize your active status.)
Not Yet Members: $35