Leadership Seminar for Overseas Principals (LSOP)
June 28 – July 1, 2023
An invitational three-day seminar to explore concepts, practices, and processes of executive leadership. Tuition, room and board provided.
Summer Institute for International College Admissions Counselors
June 20-23, 2023
A four-day College Board information/professional development institute specifically for college guidance counselors in American/international schools to be held at New York University, New York, NY. Fee supported. Scholarships are available for OS assisted schools.
- New Counselor Strand: Four-day training that covers the fundamentals of university advising, to guide new counselors through key components of the admissions process.
- Experienced Counselor Strand: Four-day training that explores ways to refine an existing college counseling program and provide experienced counselors with a forum to discuss timely issues with peers and seasoned admission officers.
June 25 – July 1, 2023
AERO 2023 Summer Institute Application Packet (available to download January 2023).
Six curriculum/content and leadership strands will be held at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia.
- Academic Leaders Strand: For curriculum coordinators and administrators
- AERO Workshops Strands on curriculum design and teaching content
- World Languages
- Social Studies
Preference will be given to administrator/curriculum coordinator and teacher teams. Tuition, room, and board provided
Please contact us for more information at:
Stephanie Barnett, U.S. Department of State
Office of Overseas Schools, SA-1, Room H328
Washington, DC 20522-0103
Fax: +1 (202) 261-8224
Directors/School Heads New to OS Schools
A two-day workshop at the U.S. State Department, Office of Overseas Schools, to inform and support school heads new to A/OS Schools. Invitational with all local costs supported.
Leadership Paradoxes and Possibilities Program
A new OS invitational program for current school heads, using the Washington DC region as a learning laboratory to investigate the complexities and future of school leadership. We recognize the need to construct and communicate a persuasive story of purpose and the imperative of finding a way through the thicket and danger of change toward your preferred leadership future. Guided by literature, contemporary leadership research and best practice, we’ll embark on these essential conversations together.