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December 09, 2021

Communities Speak Survey

PASE has teamed up with researchers at Columbia University to help local officials and community-based organizations understand the unique challenges facing New Yorkers and how they can target resources to help. Communities Speak is collecting information through an anonymous survey. Your responses will help ensure that local policymakers understand what they can do to support you and your family.

November 23, 2021

2022 Power of 3:00 Ambassadors Program

The Power of 3:00 Ambassador program offers participants the opportunity to channel their passion for afterschool, summer, and expanded learning programs through advocacy. The program hosts passionate afterschool, summer, and expanded learning providers and supporters from across New York State to work directly with staff from the Network’s Policy Department to develop the advocacy and media skills to become effective advocates for the youth they serve. Applications are due December 3, 2021 at 5:00 PM.

November 23, 2021

Afterschool as a Teacher Pathway

The most recent How Kids Learn Speaker's Forum covered Afterschool as a Teacher Pathway. The purpose of the webinar was to inform and encourage OST leaders on how best to develop/join and promote an afterschool to teacher pathway while they captured and shared valuable and intriguing ideas from educational and OST leaders. The recording of that session is now available along with the slide deck that was shared during the presentation.

November 23, 2021

2021 Summer Changes Everything National Conference

The National Summer Learning Association recently held its 2021 Summer Changes Everything National Conference. The plenary sessions from that conference can now be found on their YouTube channel. The sessions include panels and conversations covering Leaning into Leadership, Lessons Learned and the Light of Covid, Seizing this Watershed Moment in Education, and The Future of Equity-Centric Philanthropy and Systemic Transformation.

October 28, 2021

STEM Family Engagement Planning Tool

STEM Next has partnered with Drs. Patty Allen and Gil Noam of the Institute for the Study of Resilience in Youth (ISRY) at McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School to create the STEM Family Engagement Planning Tool. This Planning Tool introduces a new framework for family engagement in STEM known as CARE: Connect, Act, Reflect, and Empower. CARE is a simple way of organizing ideas from research and practice to provide a shared and equitable vision for family engagement in STEM.

October 28, 2021

Youth Services Workforce Survey

The Campaign for Children (C4C) seeks responses from youth-facing professionals across the city to understand staffing challenges in delivering programming for the 2021-2022 school year. Their 5-minute survey will inform C4C's advocacy goals in addition to previous feedback already shared from their direct service colleagues.

October 28, 2021

Hurricane Ida Disaster Relief Fund

The Hurricane Ida Disaster Relief Fund is being managed by the NYS Office for New Americans to assist undocumented individuals from the 5 NYC Boroughs, Suffolk, Westchester, and Rockland. Chinese-American Planning Council Brooklyn Community Services has partnered with ONA to provide information, assistance, and help for residents who were impacted by the storm. For assistance and information, call Chinese-American Planning Council Brooklyn Community Services at (718) 685-3315.

July 22, 2021

The Starling Collective

GivingTuesday’s Starling Collective is a new kind of learning collective for grassroots leaders to discover and share best practices for increasing generosity and driving systems change. The program offers coaching, peer learning, and connection to GivingTuesday’s global leader network, as well as microgrants to jumpstart or accelerate on-the-ground work. The deadline to apply is September 1, 2021.

June 03, 2021

Leveraging Afterschool to Address Learning Loss

New York State Network for Youth Success has put together a comprehensive webpage to support work around the American Rescue Plan. They have included resources, templates, data, and more to help school districts, education agencies, community partners, etc. formulate a plan to address learning loss.

June 03, 2021

Summer Rising STEM Program Guide

The NYC STEM Education Network has compiled a Summer Rising STEM Program Guide to assist Principals and CBO Site Directors as they plan for Summer Rising. The Program Guide includes enrichment programs, field trips, professional development, curriculum, and other opportunities for students and educators in all grade levels. The guide is intended to be a living resource. If you would like to add offerings, please complete this survey.