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Call for 2015 Conference Workshop Proposals

We are now seeking proposals for our annual citywide conference - Afterschool: Leadership, Program, Impact to be held at Pace University in New York on July 28, 2015, co-sponsored by Pace's School of Education.

We expect over 400 leaders, staff, educators, intermediary organizations, capacity builders, researchers, resource providers, and other stakeholders to attend this day-long conference devoted to the innovative programs and visionary leadership of the afterschool field and the impact of afterschool services on children and their families, schools, and the community as a whole.

We are seeking proposals that:

  • Introduce exciting trends in youth services
  • Advance the work of the afterschool field
  • Promote new developments in afterschool services

Workshops should be aligned with one of the conference themes: Leadership, Program, or Impact described below:

Submit the Conference Workshop Proposal Form by May 20, 2015 (extended date). Selected presenters will be notified by June 5, 2015. Questions? Contact PASE Conference Committee at using subject line: Workshop Proposal Question.


Description: Effective leadership is imperative to any successful organization. These workshops should focus on strategies that promote the development and practice of leadership skills and knowledge.

Sample topics: management systems, supervising staff, coaching staff, advocacy, partnerships and collaborations, professional development systems, ethics in management


Description: Engaging, fun, and educational content is at the core of every high quality afterschool program. These workshops should focus on program content, design and/or implementation.

Sample topics: college prep and success, STEM, the arts, global learning, gender based programs, social/emotional development, working with middle school youth, sports.


Description: Documenting and communicating the quality of a program and its impact on youth supports continuous improvement. These workshops should go beyond the basics of creating logic models.

Sample topics: evaluation, youth outcomes, assessment tools, analyzing data, communicating success.

  • Date Posted

    April 20, 2015

  • Author

    Tania Ortiz-Ashby

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