Nominations Sought for Wyoming P-16 Council Educator Member
March 31, 2010 — The Wyoming P-16 Education Council is seeking nominations to fill a PK-16 educator position.
The council is a non-profit organization focused upon encouraging and guiding the development of a seamless statewide system of education in which all levels coordinate, communicate and educate as one system. The council's vision is that every graduate of Wyoming's P-12 school systems is prepared to successfully transition into postsecondary study or the workplace.
Council members include people involved in education at all levels, from pre-school to the community colleges and University of Wyoming, as well as representatives of the business sector. The governor and the state superintendent of public instruction are also represented. The council is now seeking a member who teaches, or serves in a certified position in close contact with students, such as a counselor, curriculum coordinator or instructional facilitator.
Interested PK-16 educators should write a letter of introduction and interest to the council and mail it to: P.O. Box 1766, Laramie, WY 82073, by April 20.
For more information, contact the council at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kelley Pelissier, council executive director, at (307) 340-2431.