ACA/Teach for America Webinar - Operate and Manage Like a CEO

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PRESENTER: Alex Krupp, Teach for America
DATE: November 25, 2013 - 6:30pm - 7:30pm eastern
COST: Free to ACA Members (Nonmembers = Join ACA. See below for details)

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Ever wonder how CEOs can execute so many high-level initiatives at one time?  This webinar, brought to by Teach for America in cooperation with the American Camp Association, will teach you orient you to the organizational and management skills necessary to operate efficiently and effectively in any environment, no matter what your role

LEARNER OUTCOMES:

Through this webinar participants will learn how to:

  1. Make a game plan to tackle large priorities.
  2. Choose a system to keep themselves organized.
  3. Catch things that come up.
     

PRESENTER BIO:
Alex Krupp graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Religion and French language and culture. Immediately following graduation, Alex joined the Teach For America corps in the DC region, where she had the privilege of teaching incredibly spunky and smart 3rd graders. During her time in DC, Alex earned her Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from George Mason University. After a few years in the classroom, Alex moved to New York where she currently works on Teach For America’s National Alliances Team, building mutually beneficial partnerships with external organizations and facilitates internal communication on the Recruitment Team.

JOIN NOW and save! If you’ve never been an ACA member before, join for free and receive all the benefits of ACA membership. If you need to renew your membership, we’re glad to help. Go to www.acacamps.org/membership or call us at 800-428-2267.

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