Partnership for After School Education

Issue 103

July 15, 2015

2015-2016 NYC Civic Corps Member Application

The NYC Civic Corps, an AmeriCorps program run by NYC Service, unites a diverse group of professionals to serve full-time with partner organizations, working to increase organizational capacity to engage volunteers, build sustainable volunteer initiatives, and directly serve community members. Members serve for 10 months and are placed at nonprofit organizations and City agencies with projects focused on Disaster Preparedness, Economic Opportunity, Environment, Education, Health, and Veterans and Military Families and also aligned with select NYC Service – Volunteer Impact Initiatives. The program starts on September 8, 2015 and ends on July 15, 2016. Applications accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed in the order received.

July 15, 2015

Meeting the Job Challenges of Nonprofit Leaders: A Fieldbook on Strategies and Action

Community Resource Exchange (CRE) has released a new book, Meeting the Job Challenges of Nonprofit Leaders: A Fieldbook on Strategies and Action published in partnership with the Center for Creative Leadership. Written by CRE consultants Jean Lobell, Mohan Sikka and Pavitra Menon, this book serves as a guide for nonprofit leaders looking to strengthen their leadership and management practices. It explores the key issues facing nonprofit leaders and offers concrete tips and resources for enhancing on-the-job development, supervision, staffing, stakeholder ties, and strategy and management. The book is available for purchase through CRE. Contact Kate Eberle at for more information.

July 07, 2015

​Coro Leadership New York Application

Coro Leadership New York (LNY) is now accepting applications for their 27th cohort. LNY connects participants to an accomplished community of City leaders, from all industries and sectors, who are dedicated to supporting one another and to improving the City in which we live and work. Participants are immersed in the analysis of current pressing social and economic public policy issues facing NYC. LNY uses the City as a laboratory to explore, test, and build effective leadership skills in order to learn how to adapt and thrive in challenging environments. Contact Maya Gutierrez at or 212-248-2935 x304 with any questions. Applications are due July 17, 2015.