Partnership for After School Education


February 21, 2020

CCC's Community Leadership Course

CCC’s Community Leadership Course (CLC) gives participants a firsthand look at how programs across New York City help children and how they can make New York City an even better place to be a child. The course will be scheduled for one day a week, generally on Wednesdays, from September 9, 2020 - November 18, 2020. Mornings are spent visiting programs that provide services to children and families. Lunches and afternoon sessions are held at CCC's offices and are conducted in seminar fashion, led by CCC staff and guest speakers. The fee for the course is $1200. Full and partial scholarships are available. Applications are due April 1, 2020.

February 21, 2020

CAT Youth Theatre Production of ENTRANCES & EXITS

Join the CAT Youth Theatre for their upcoming production, ENTRANCES & EXITS - a humorous and provocative journey through the ins and outs of life - at Baruch Performing Arts Center. There will be a youth groups only performance on February 25, 2020 and groups are invited to many other performances as well. Contact Maureen Donohue at (212) 652-2828 or maureen.donohue@cuny.edu for more information about the show or to reserve tickets. Group rates and discounts available.

February 21, 2020

2020 Global Kids Annual Youth Conference

Global Kids' annual youth-organized and youth-led conference will be held on April 8, 2020 from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM at Hunter College. This year's conference theme is gender equity and will bring together over 500 young people from public schools and youth organizations for workshops on topics such as gender dynamics in the workforce, LGBTQIA+ rights, sexual exploitation, marriage and family life, health outcomes, and more. Plenary sessions will feature speakers and creative performances, and participants will develop strategies to create change on these important issues. The conference is a free full-day event. Registration is now open.

February 21, 2020

2020 Yankee-Stonewall Scholarship

The Department of Education, in partnership with the Stonewall Inn and the New York Yankees, is again offering the Yankee-Stonewall Scholarship. A $10,000 scholarship will be awarded to five outstanding, college-bound NYC high school seniors, one from each borough. The scholarship recognizes students who demonstrate strong academic achievement alongside meaningful support of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning or Queer (LGBTQ) community. All NYC high school seniors are eligible to apply, and each application must include two essays and one letter of recommendation from a teacher. Applications must be submitted by March 1, 2020.


February 21, 2020

Education Reimagined Young Filmmakers Challenge

The Education Reimagined Young Filmmakers Challenge invites young people to produce and submit a short film based on the theme: What if “school” as we know it didn’t exist? Winning submissions will be screened and an awards ceremony held in Washington, DC, on May 3, 2020. The screening will be the culminating event of a three-day, city-wide celebration on Unleashing the Power of Young People. The producer of the Best Overall Film will receive $250 and, along with one guest, an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, DC. This nationwide challenge is open to anyone 18 and under, and submissions will be accepted until April 1, 2020.

February 03, 2020

NAA Professional Learning Community for Emerging Leaders of Color

NAA is piloting a national learning community for leaders of color to foster a network of equity-driven leaders of color, support them in deepening their equity analysis and leadership skills to be agents of change in the afterschool field and help them create a roadmap that advances their careers in the afterschool field. This leadership opportunity is now accepting applications from people of color in out-of-school time who hold mid-level management positions (i.e., site coordinators, program managers, etc.) and would like to be a part of an equity-driven leadership program that will support them in advancing in their careers in the afterschool field. Application deadline February 10, 2020.

February 03, 2020

Counting Young Children A 2020 Census Forum

Citizens' Committee for Children’s Every Child Counts! Campaign in partnership with New York Counts 2020 will be hosting a census forum on February 7, 2020. Attendees will learn ways they can join and benefit from the resources provided by advocacy groups and campaigns across New York working to ensure a fair and accurate count, including how we can reverse the trend of the undercount of young children. This event will include interactive breakout sessions providing targeted training and resources for individuals and organizations who work with young people, their caregivers, and communities, as well as those who are seeking information to help engage staff, colleagues, and their personal networks. RSVP to attend.

February 03, 2020

UpRISE Performance Festival

Cora Dance's UpRISE Performance Festival continues with Halfsies, a series of performances, each split between two artists, giving both an opportunity to cross-pollinate audiences and share works in development. Each night, Shannon Hummel/Cora Dance previews material from the company’s latest work-in-progress: Grove, an intergenerational collage of bones, muscles, heart, and skin examining how solidarity and adaptability inspire unlikely and transformative power. Tickets are available for performances on February 20, 2020 and February 21, 2020.

February 03, 2020

Latino College Expo & College Prep Seminars

The March 21, 2020 Latino College Expo (LCE) allows participants to meet admissions representatives from over 50 public and private colleges, universities and community-based organizations. Participants should bring school transcripts, test scores, and a list of extracurricular activities if they'd like to "Ask the Counselor" and talk one-to-one with a college advisor (available in English and Spanish). Participants are also welcome to attend College Prep Seminars prior to the Expo to engage in discussions on various topics that will help prepare them for the college search process. Register to attend.

February 03, 2020

The Albert Shanker College Scholarship Fund of the United Federation of Teachers

Each year, the United Federation of Teachers proudly awards $1 million in scholarships to academically excellent and financially eligible city public high school seniors. The program is limited to New York City public high school seniors who will graduate from a vocational, academic or alternative school or will receive an equivalency diploma from a public evening school or a New York City Board of Education alternative educational program. All applicants must be eligible to receive and must apply for federal financial aid (a Pell Grant). Learn more and apply.