Our Alumni

Our alumni network is doing incredibly tough work to ensure every child, every day, gets what they need to be successful. That’s why, long after their programs end, we help them continue to grow and stay connected — to each other and to what’s happening beyond their own school systems.

We provide networking opportunities and applied development support as Residency alumni and Academy fellows progress in their careers, working with colleagues and communities to create the conditions in our urban public schools that allow all students to thrive.

Broad TBA 2015 Cohort

Ongoing Professional Development

From peer mentoring, 360-degree feedback and professional growth activities to study trips, shadow days and executive coaching, we offer a wide range of individualized supports to help our alums grow, professionally and personally.

 

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Emerging Practice Supports

We facilitate connections and consultancies with our alumni as well as with experts in the field working on similar topics — where they can share initial results and receive real-time feedback on ideas and efforts to support their communities.

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Staying Connected

We bring people together throughout the year to continue building relationships with our ever-growing network and support peer-to-peer learning.

Our annual alumni-only Forum gathering presents rich opportunities to explore promising practices and important issues relevant to their work while reconnecting with colleagues from across the nation.

We also offer access to an online knowledge networking system to share resources and best practices within our network as well as the broader education leadership community.

“In this work, we talk a lot about differentiation and personalization for students. The Broad Center’s alumni supports take the same approach — bringing together people who are grappling with similar challenges and tailoring the experiences to our specific needs.”
Chief Learning Officer
Tulsa Public Schools
The Broad Residency 2012-2014