2021-2022 Leadership Development Series: Upcoming Events

We’re wrapping up our 2021-2022 Leadership Development Series with five more outstanding seminars!
Michelle Song Michelle Song
Associate Volunteer Development Manager
April 16, 2022

It's been a busy six months for our Leadership Development Series! We hosted over 35 high-quality, continuing education remote seminars for over 500 volunteer leaders from October 2021 through April 2022, and it's not done yet. We're excited to highlight five more upcoming sessions as we wrap up our 2021-2022 Leadership Development Series.

If you're a prospective or current volunteer leader looking to sharpen your leadership skills or connect with other leaders, we encourage you to take a look at one of these upcoming events. Leadership Development Series events are free to all members. 

April 2022

The Assumption of Risk Defense in Real Life

Brian Augenthaler | April 21 | Online 


The Big 3: Planning For, Assessing, and Implementing Effective Instruction

Ben Brown | April 25 | Online 


Part 1: E.P.I.C. Adventures with Kids

Katy Snyder and Kelly Hampton | April 26 | Online 


Behavioral Health during COVID-19

Dr. Kira Mauseth | April 28 | Online 


May 2022

Expand Your Group Facilitation Toolbox: Lessons to be Learned from Youth Programs

Tailor Dolgin | May 3 | In-person at the Seattle Program Center


Part 2: E.P.I.C. Adventures with Kids

Katy Snyder and Kelly Hampton | May 10 | In-person at the Seattle Program Center


Past Seminars

Interested in what we offered for our past seminars? Explore our past events page or recordings of past webinars


Have an idea for a presentation topic, possible presenter, or a great place to host an evening seminar for the 2022-2023 Leadership Development Series? Please contact Michelle Song.  


Our Leadership Development Series is only made possible through the generous support of our organization’s charitable donors. If you’re inspired to support our programming and wish to contribute, please consider making a donation to The Mountaineers.

Lead Image by Cheryl Talbert.