Networking, building relationships, learning from one another. That’s what Schools United is all about. And as God’s word says, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” That means that we make each other better by sharing our knowledge with each other and by building relationships with each other.
Networks across the nation
We want to see a professional peer network (that’s a fancy way of saying a group of people with similar jobs getting together in person or via Zoom) for Christian school faculty and staff in every area of the nation (really the world, but we’ll take it one step at a time). You can be a part of bringing this vision to life! If you are interested in joining a peer network, check to see if there is one in your area. If so, get involved in that network and be sure to tell the leader of the network to list it on the Schools United website so that others can be more likely to find out about it.
Starting a professional peer network
If there is not one in your area, pray about starting one! You could be the person God uses to make something great for you and your professional peers in your area. There is no cost other than a little of your time and effort, and you don’t have to be an expert or have a ton of experience in your field. A willing heart and desire to foster meaningful connections will go a long way!
Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can help you get started. We can also tell you how others have done it and found great joy and satisfaction from developing a network that strengthens everyone involved.
We would like to see every Christian school faculty and staff member involved in a local professional peer network. This includes: