Virtual Institute 2020

2020 AISAP Virtual Institute—Empower!

Join us
— July 20-22, 2020 —
 

We have made the important decision to transition the 2020 AISAP Annual Institute to a virtual event. We will STILL gather as a community of professionals. And we will STILL empower one another with strategies to lead our schools toward a brighter future.

Put your DO NOT DISTURB on and get ready to join us for an engaging Virtual Institute featuring:

• A fully interactive format with live Q&A, polling, and chatting during sessions

• Faculty office hours where you can join a special zoom conversation with your faculty member of choice

• Opportunities to engage with AISAP throughout the online experience with resources and documents at your fingertips

• Affinity Group sessions for like-minded-professionals at the end of each day

• Access to recordings of every single session throughout the year – over 50 in all!

COVID-19 Focus

No one needs to be reminded that this year is drastically different than anything anyone has ever seen or experienced. As we confront the impact of the global pandemic on our schools, we have shaped an agenda with a COVID-19 perspective firmly in mind.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

There’s never been a more important time to focus on access, affordability and fostering a diverse and inclusive community where every individual is valued. You’ll find number of sessions devoted to diversity, equity, and inclusion issues at the Institute.

Cohort Groups

A key component of the AISAP Annual Institute is the formation and support of small cohort groups and this year will be no different. Your group will meet both during the event and throughout the year so you can keep the conversation going.

 

See what your colleauges have to say 

"I think the Virtual Institute is actually beautifully timed in terms of what we need right now in our profession. At a typical in-person conference, you may have an opportunity to attend six or eight sessions. But this virtual format will give you access to a full professional curriculum of graduate-level content, recorded and organized in such a way that you can return to it throughout the coming years."

Ken Hyde
Director of Admission and Enrollment
Porter-Gaud School