WLSA is Recruiting Research Group Members
The WLSA Foundation is currently recruiting educational professionals, middle and upper level leaders from around the world for our varied and dynamic Research Groups.
Our success is measured by the work we perform and the impact that we have on international education. We are looking for passionate leaders and academics to welcome to the WLSA Research groups to bring academic institutions together for a more connected future.
Why be a part of the WLSA Research Groups?
As a member, you will have the opportunity to become part of something big and meaningful – this is an amazing opportunity to support and contribute to the vision and mission of WLSA in supporting its members and reaching out to new members as the organisation grows.
The WLSA Research Group Themes include:
Events & Programmes
This Research Group is responsible for orchestrating a yearly vision for WLSA associate events and programmes, focusing on choosing a theme for the annual conference, reading over and choosing call for proposal speakers, sourcing a list of potential keynote speakers and assisting in sourcing a city and location. This is a very practical role, effectively operating as an Advisory Board for the WLSA Annual & Student Conferences, respectively.
This Research Group will be developing a strategy for WLSA publications for the next 5 years, focusing initially on the WLSA Record and the WLSA website news blog. It also has a very practical role, effectively operating as an Editorial Advisory Board for the WLSA Record.
This Research Group will be developing a strategy for WLSAx online learning platform for the next 5 years, focusing initially on the WLSA Sustainability Course led by WLSA associate school Poly Prep in Brooklyn, New York. It also has a very practical role, effectively operating as an Advisory Board for the blended online learning service of WLSA.
Curriculum & Training
This Research Group will be developing a new volunteer training programme for WLSA associate school students, focusing initially on Africa with a bi-yearly outreach and service training led by WLSA associate school Westville Boys in Durban, South Africa. It also has a very practical role, effectively operating as an Advisory Board for the training service of WLSA.