Educational Leadership Alumni Networking Reception - February 26

Alumni and students are invited to a networking event

Alumni of the Department of Counseling and Educational Leadership will gather on February 26 for a networking reception. Graduates will have the chance to reconnect with fellow alumni and learn about the latest faculty research, academic programs and alumni accomplishments through the Educational Leadership program at Montclair State. Get an exclusive update from Francine Peterman, Dean, College of Education and Human Services. Faculty will be present to meet, greet and reminisce, including Dr. Kim O'Halloran, Associate Dean; Dr. Suzanne McCotter, Department Chair; Dr. Joseph Oluwole and Professor Eunice Grippaldi.

Eunice Grippaldi, Program Administrator, looks forward to alumni coming back to campus. "We look forward to welcoming our alumni and presently enrolled students in our fast track cohorts to talk about our program, how it has serviced you, how it can continue to grow and how we can support you in your next passage in your career," says Grippaldi.

Event Details

Date: Wednesday, February 26
Time: 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Location: University Hall, Adelina Ferraro Granito Lounge 

Registration

If you are an alumnus/a of the program and plan to attend, please contact Deb Corasio in the Office of Alumni Relations at 973-655-4207 or corasiod@mail.montclair.edu.

About the Program

The Fast Track option for the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership allows students to earn a 36-credit degree and principal and supervisor certification in 14 months while working full-time. This program is completed within a one year time frame, from summer to summer.

 It is ideal for working professionals who wish to pursue a master’s degree in an accelerated format. Classes are experiential in nature, and provide a blend of both theory and practice. This blended program is offered through a cost-effective and convenient schedule through both online and hybrid courses. It is an ideal program for those individuals who aspire to pursue a course of study for eligibility as a school principal, vice principal, supervisor, director or superintendent.

For more information about the program, visit their website.