FirstStepNYC Leadership Institute hosts Early Education Career Panel Dinner
June 20, 2014 / SCO News
The Early Education Leadership Institute at SCO’s FirstStepNYC held its first Career Panel Dinner on June 17th to engage and develop early childhood leaders citywide.
- Steven Antonelli, Center Director, BankStreet Early Headstart
- Gail Gordon, Adjunct Faculty at BankStreet and Hunter School of Social Work
- Sophia Pappas, Executive Director, DOE Division of Early Childhood Education
- Laura Ensler, Director, FirstStepNYC Leadership Institute
- Ina Solomon, Education Administrator, Instruction and Performance, DOE Division of Early Childhood Education
- Helen Frazier, Master Teacher, FirstStepNYC
- John Borrero, Director of Education and Disabilities, Administration for Children’s Services
Thank you to the NYC Department of Education – Division of Early Childhood Education for hosting and to the CUNY Professional Development Institute for participating!
Learn more about SCO’s FirstStepNYC Leadership Institute.
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of students at our residential school for youth with high-functioning autism are actively involved in weekly internships in the community
participants in our Young Adult Workforce Program at Rikers Island completed our program to become licensed drivers to improve their employability