Principal Wellness Professional Learning Community Fellowship
During the two-year fellowship, school leaders form authentic relationships in a supportive learning community, receive ongoing mentorship, and develop personalized wellness plans for transformative practices and self-care. They engage in dialogue with culturally responsive school leaders to process experiences, identify value systems, and recalibrate their identities as leaders as needed. Participants leave equipped with tools for healing, stress alleviation, growth identification, and a foundational self-care plan.
Fellows are engaged through the following:
- Monthly Group Sessions (facilitated on weekends)
- One-on-One Coaching
- On-Going Check-Ins and Support
- A stipend to help offset the time investment required
Have a question about the Principal Wellness PLC?
Contact: Chris Waston | Chris@BlackMaleEducatorsAlliance.org
Facts About the Principal Wellness PLC
Comprised of 21 Black Male School Leaders from Michigan, Ohio, and China
Students impacted by school leader Wellness and Restorative Practices
Of BMEA fellows have been retained in the education profession