Annual Educational Summit
October 13, 2017
8:30 am to 1:30 pm
Mentorship in School: Making it Work and Preventing Burnout
Please register by October 2, 2017.
Every October, The Resilience Project hosts an annual summit for school personnel and community partners to learn from one another about specific school innovations, best practices and future directions. The Summit is an opportunity for education, networking and advocacy for needed system-wide changes to support and improve student well-being.
This year’s summit will feature keynote speaker Jean Rhodes, PhD, followed by a panel discussion including a number of school/community-based mentoring programs.
Susan Swick, MD, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Newton-Wellesley Hospital
Jean Rhodes, PhD, UMass Boston
Michael Jellinek, MD, Newton-Wellesley Hospital
Jean Rhodes, UMass Boston
Brent Bode, Community Rowing
Jason Isaacs, Needham Steps Up
Ethel Williams, The Mazie Partnership
Please click here to read bios of our Speaker and Panelists.
Light breakfast and lunch provided. Complementary parking vouchers for MBTA Woodland station are available with free shuttle to hospital. Paid parking is also available in the NWH patient visitor garage on the main campus.
From the East entrance, follow signs for Imaging/Lab. Continue to follow hospital hallway (you will eventually pass Imaging/Lab). At the very end of the hallway you will see a large sign for the South elevators. Take the elevators to the second floor. Take a left off the elevator and pass the cafeteria. You will see the Bowles Conference Center.
From the West entrance, take a right after the concierge desk. Go to the end of the hallway and take a right. You will see a large sign for the South elevators. Take the elevators to the second floor. Take a left off the elevator and pass the cafeteria. You will see the Bowles Conference Center.
CEUs (Continuing Education Units) offered: Nursing and Social Work
Newton-Wellesley Hospital is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Northeast Multi-State Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Funded by The Manton Foundation