Partnership for After School Education

In fall 2012 PASE launched “PASE Presents”, a program designed to showcase community based organizations’ curriculum, program practices, research, or new training geared towards the afterschool community.

PASE provides the training space and the organization - which is trying to reach a wider audience - provides services at no cost.

If you are interested in applying to showcase your work through PASE Presents!, see below to download the application. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed monthly.


Examples of past PASE Presents!

Introduce Your Students to Good Fit Colleges using The TalentED Project

The TalentED Project is a new, free online platform that helps organizations match first-generation students to good fit colleges.

It’s a Rap for Good! Hip Hop for Positive Classroom Culture

Project Gametime is an energized, professional team which provides staff training and professional development for youth service professionals in camps and schools.

Strengthening Communications through Behavioral Science

Ideas42 introducing key behavioral science principles, and explore how they have been applied to improve service delivery, client outcomes, and organizational efficiency in youth and human services, and beyond.

The Options Institute Introduces the College Landscape

The Options Institute has been training professionals to help their students get into and succeed in college, for over a decade.

PROOF: Picture Justice

PROOF is a creative photojournalism program designed to educate high school students about social justice issues right in their own communities.

Real as Me & Real Men 2.0 - Story-based Approach to Gender Responsiveness

Youth Communication’s girls’ empowerment program, Real As Me, and its positive masculinity program, Real Men 2.0. helps teens think critically about gender and move beyond harmful or limiting gender stereotypes.