MSEA’s Early Career Educator Summit

Get Connected. Stay Strong. Build Your Community.

“We want you to take pride in the great decision you’ve made to become a teacher,” says MSEA President Cheryl Bost. “And we’re here to support you every step of the way.”

Don’t miss MSEA’s Early Career Educator Summit on November 23 in Columbia, to hear from your early career peers about how to make a positive impact on your students and profession. MSEA’s early career educator network is a community created by and for Maryland’s early career education professionals and dedicated their success.

“In our survey of early educators,” said Melissa Carpenter, chair of MSEA’s Early Career Educator Taskforce, “we learned that early educators are hungry for a network of support. We have a powerful ally in MSEA and we can use free programs like the summit to learn and grow in our careers.”

MSEA’s Early Career Educator Task Force
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Being an educator is exciting and hard work and the pressures are often unexpected and relentless. At the summit, you’ll be networking with other early career professionals just like you — educators facing the same challenges who are eager to share, support, and learn with you. It’s an opportunity to:

• Talk about what you’re struggling with in your classroom and profession

• Learn strategies to be successful

• Connect with other educators who are new to the profession

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