Dawson Creek’s Eva Hutchinson named Van Lunen Fellow

Eva Hutchinson, Principal at Mountain Christian School has been selected for a 2020 – 2021 fellowship through the Van Lunen Center for Executive Management in Christian Schools at Michigan’s Calvin University.
The fellowship is entering its 13th year and brings together educators from 22 schools across the United States and Canada, and one from Haiti.  
The year-long cohort program is designed for school heads who seek professional development in their work as administrators of faith-based schools.
Due to COVID-19, all participants will be completing the sessions digitally this year, says Yvonne Ferwerda, director of the Van Lunen Center.
It’s expected that Hutchinson will complete an applied school project as part of the fellowship.
“It must be a project that focuses on executive management skills, based on their educational background,” said Ferwerda. “She’s looking at a campus project. Many of the projects are focused on a building project or capital campaign in order to do the building project. Some are marketing and enrollment.”
Ferwerda added that projects will be refined and changed as the year progresses.
Monthly online sessions will be held in September, October, and two online sessions in November 2020. It continues in January 2021 for five days, and ends with three days in July 2021.
Participant expenses are covered by the Van Lunen Center, including cost of instruction, lodging, meals, coaching and so on.
The Van Lunen Center was established at Calvin University in 2007, in Grand Rapids, Michigan to provide world-class executive management training.
For more information, contact info@vanlunencenter.org or visit www.vanlunencenter.org.

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