Partnership for After School Education


June 06, 2019

Fordham University Summer Reading Programs

Fordham University School of Professional and Continuing Studies is offering Summer Reading Programs as a community service to families on campus and at over 28 locations throughout New York. Since 1999, this program has helped students in the community build strong reading skills and develop a deep love of books and reading. The program is designed and taught by the Institute of Reading Development, a nationwide leader in reading skills instruction. Enroll online or by calling 1-800-964-8888.

June 06, 2019

NYC Salt Residency Program

NYC Salt's 36-week Residency Program focuses on photography and college preparation and is intended for students who wish to deepen their understanding and passion for the visual arts. In this program the students will learn how to use a camera, how to use light, how to find their vision, how to use their voice to tell a story and more. Student's experience group and one-on-one instruction in a professional photography studio. Application deadline is June 30, 2019.

June 06, 2019

Google Computer Science Research Mentorship Program

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019-2020 Google Computer Science Research Mentorship Program. This mentorship program promotes diversity in computer science (CS) research communities and promote CS research as a career option to promising undergraduate students from historically underrepresented groups. The program pairs students with a noted Google research scientist for a yearlong mentorship that potentially culminates in the publication of a research paper. In addition, participants will be awarded a grant to attend a premier computing conference with their mentor during the program year. To nominate students (up to 3) complete the nomination form by end of day June 14, 2019. Please make sure you have student consent before sharing their contact information.

June 06, 2019

Summer 2019 Workshops for Girls & Young Women

This summer New Settlement is partnering with two other non-profit organizations to bring Arts, Leadership and STEAM opportunities to girls and young women. Shake It Out ‘This Is Me’ Theater & Leadership Program includes theatre games, movement, monologue & poetry writing, storytelling, yoga, basic costume & set design and workshops with guest artists. EDSnaps Summer Workshop Studio Program provides hands on experience in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math, all through engaging activities and trips. EDSnaps aims to diversify the STEM workforce and inspire and empower female-identifying students to become exceptional global STEM community leaders through exposure to real-world snapshots of life-changing STEM career possibilities. Download an application for more information.

May 16, 2019

2019 Digital New York Summit

City & State's 2019 Digital New York Summit is on May 23, 2019. The Summit will convene New York's information leaders from government and industry for a day-long, dynamic program of candid discussion and thought-provoking presentations on the innovative ideas being used to improve the delivery of services to both citizens and government agencies. There is a fee. Register to attend.

May 16, 2019

Success Plans: Promising Tools for Customizing Student Supports and Opportunities

Education Redesign Lab at Harvard Graduate School of Education released a new report, Success Plans: Promising Tools for Customizing Student Supports and Opportunities, identifying personalized success plans as a promising strategy to support children both in and outside of school. The report profiles 13 organizations and agencies that are already implementing different types of plans to support children’s success and well-being. It also identifies a set of principles and a companion toolkit to guide those interested in developing and implementing these plans.

May 16, 2019

Global Kids Annual Youth Conference

The 2019 Global Kids Annual Youth Conference on Criminal Justice Reform will be held on May 23, 2019 at Hunter College. This full-day, youth-organized and youth-led event will bring together over 500 young people from public schools across New York City, Washington, DC and beyond to explore human rights, criminal justice, and efforts for reform both locally and globally. Participants will develop strategies to create change on these important issues both inside and outside their communities. Plenary sessions will feature speakers and creative performances while workshops will cover such topics as the impact of the war on drugs, prisoner's rights, racism and discrimination, incarceration of minors, political prisoners, and more.

May 16, 2019

Advantage After School Program Request for Proposals

The New York State Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) invites not-for-profit, community-based organizations to submit proposals for the development of quality after school programs based on the Advantage After School Program (AASP). AASPs, in partnership with local schools, offer a broad range of educational, recreational, cultural, and age-appropriate activities in a safe environment. They integrate what happens in the school day with less formal learning experiences, and encourage the active participation of children, youth and families in the design and delivery of program activities. Visit the OCFS website for eligibility and key dates, including prequalification. Proposals are due June 12, 2019.