Carl Rose Leadership Awards Program

carl rose awards

As you move through the different levels of boardsmanship from Basic to Experienced to Master, you will attain the confidence and skills to become an impactful leader on your board, making a difference for the youth in your community!

AASB will work with you to keep track of your status and will honor those that have obtained new levels of achievement each year at the annual conference.


Basic

Required (must complete both)
• Attend Board Room Boot Camp during the Annual Conference
• Participate in On-line training series for New Board Members

Elective (attend workshops at the Annual Conference in three separate Board Standards)
• Vision
• Structure
• Accountability
• Advocacy
• Conduct & Ethics


Experienced

Required (must complete both)
• Participate in On-Line training series offered by AASB or NSBA
• Attend workshops at the Annual Conference in ALL 5 areas of Board Standards (Vision, Structure, Accountability, Advocacy, Conduct & Ethics)

Elective (attend ONE of the following)
• An AASB Academy for Fly-In
• An in-district workshop facilitated by AASB staff
• NSBA’s National conference


Master

Required (must complete both)
• Participate in On-Line training series offered by AASB or NSBA
• Attend workshops at the Annual Conference in ALL 5 areas of Board Standards (Vision, Structure, Accountability, Advocacy, Conduct & Ethics)

Electives (attend two of the following six)
• Attend and Testify during a Legislative Fly-In
• Represent your district in the Resolution Process during the Pre-Conference
• Become a committee member for an AASB standing committee (contact AASB staff to offer assistance)
• Present a session at an AASB conference, academy or fly- in
• Become a member of an NSBA Caucus (American Indian/Alaska Native Caucus, Hispanic Caucus, or Black Caucus) OR the Council of Urban Boards of Education
• Hold a leadership position on your local board