What’s Your “NAESP Story”?
Communicator April 2015, Volume 38, Issue 8
April 2015, Volume 38, Issue 8
What defines your NAESP membership experience? Is it connecting with others in the field or sharing your passion for creating a foundation for learning with the next generation? Or is access to cutting-edge information and discovering ways to bring technology into your school most valuable? Do you have a story to tell about the impact of our award-winning magazine, which offers the latest information, trends, and research; our valuable legal benefits program that protects you from the unknown; or the educational opportunities and leadership development that we offer?
We want to hear from you! Tell us how NAESP has influenced the programs you’ve implemented, the leadership techniques you’ve employed, the way you deal with families and manage staff, or the technology you’ve applied.
- Write about your experience with NAESP. The submission should be 250 words or less.
- Find a photo of yourself. It can be a formal headshot or a casual selfie. (jpg format is preferred.)
- Send your NAESP Story and photo by email to Monique C. Talbot, NAESP Director of Member Acquisition and Engagement. Please mention “My NAESP Story” in the subject line.
Your story will be published on the NAESP website, and you will receive a free t-shirt as a token of our appreciation for participating. Select stories will also be displayed this summer at the 2015 NAESP Best Conferences for Better Schools Conference. Send us your story today!*
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*By submitting “My NAESP Story,” you hereby grant to the National Association of Elementary School Principals, its affiliates, and licensees (collectively referred to as “the Association”) royalty-free permission, including the exclusive worldwide, irrevocable rights in all languages, to reproduce in all formats, including, but not limited to, print, electronic, and/or CD-ROM, your likeness as shown in the accompanying photograph(s), and your story in connection with any Association purposes.
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