Service Leadership

Leadership is a necessary quality in the advancement of career education professionals. The traits of leadership however go well beyond simple classroom management. Those exhibiting the traits of educational leadership are reflective scholar-practitioners with sustained senior level leadership experience.

Educational leadership may cover a variety of roles and responsibilities not the least of which include

  • developing systemic plans to improve educational programming and outcomes
  • creating positive change in educational policy and processes
  • creating or restructuring organizational change
  • guiding the talents and energies of others toward achieving common educational aims

Rockcliffe University Consortium can provide many opportunities to showcase educational leadership skills at both national and international levels. Service within Rockcliffe committees, special interest groups, research leads, journal editors and more can help augment your career development.

The following service positions are only available to Rockcliffe Professional Members. Professional members can check availability through the Rockcliffe Members Portal.

Current Service Opportunities for Rockcliffe Professional Members include:

  • Curriculum Review Committee (CRC).
    The CRC is responsible for establishing, reviewing, and oversight of Rockcliffe’s program standards and courses offered by Rockcliffe or its members. Courses offered through the Conquester LMS portal undergo a quality review based on Rockcliffe’s program standards to ensure they meet high expectations regardless of whether such courses are for continuing education units or professional development hours. Members wishing to serve in the CRC must have appropriate expertise in education, instructional development and design, and online instruction.
      
  • Annual Rockcliffe University Consortium Conference (RUCC) organizational sub-committee chairs and vice-chairs. 
    The RUCC Committee consists of a series of sub-committees including programs, partnerships, media, volunteers, logistics, marketing, and information technology. The conference planning committee is a commitment of several months and extends post-conference for some roles. See the conference website for positions still open.