The Masterâ€™s Path program is designed specifically for officers on their path towards becoming Master, but any lodge officer or member is encouraged to attend the sessions.
Any Brother to be installed a Worshipful Master must attend the Masterâ€™s Path Program during the 30 months prior to his installation.
WHEN AND WHERE
ONLINE on the Following Saturdays
These sessions are generally 8:00 AM to 3:15 PM.
Attire is jacket and tie, as appropriate for meeting with the Grand Master, even when online.
Wear your nameplate or name-tag, but no pocket jewels or apron.
WHO IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND
This training is to provide the soon-to-be Worshipful Master with the tools and skills needed to prepare for his year and to lead his Lodge. This revitalized training content will be beneficial to both â€œ1st Timeâ€ as well as â€œSeasonedâ€ leaders who assume the role of Worshipful Master.
In the Masterâ€™s Path Program, Masonic leaders share approaches and tools that will strengthen lodge operations.
The importance of this program induced then-Grand Master Jeffrey B. Hodgdon (Grand Master 2004-2007) to establish the policy that any Brother to be installed a Worshipful Master must attend the Masterâ€™s Path Program during the 30 months prior to his installation.
In addition, for the Master to qualify for the Grand Masterâ€™s Award he must complete the program.â€ His successors, Grand Masters Pageau, Stewart, Waugh, Gleason, and now MWGM Richard Maggio, strongly supported the program and continued this policy.