We provide professional development and self-care strategies via adult Brain Breaks, trainings and webinars. We also offer ongoing support for our partner districts and organizations. Continuing ed unit opportunities available.
Brandy Arnold will present 3 lessons from Project Wayfinder‘s Purpose curriculum, which guides students to explore who they are and what matters to them so they can purposefully navigate their life ahead. The toolkits are designed for grades 10-12 and spread out over three years, focusing on Self, Others, and Action.
Before joining Project Wayfinder, Brandy was Program Manager at West Michigan Center for Arts + Technology (WMCAT), where she taught the Project Wayfinder Purpose curriculum to young adults exploring college and career pathways. She also worked within one of their social enterprises, Public Agency. There she trained businesses, organizations, and institutions in equity-centered design (a process with roots in human-centered design) to help them reimagine their policies, processes, and programs to achieve more equitable outcomes. Prior to WMCAT, Brandy served as Youth & Inclusion Specialist at food security organization Kids’ Food Basket, focusing on youth development and co-leading the organization’s equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives. She was also an adjunct instructor at Grand Valley State University (GVSU), teaching in the school of Public + Nonprofit Administration.
Brandy earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications at GVSU and a Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications at Eastern Michigan University.