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July 11, 2024

Webinar: "Children's Books: From Access to Opportunity"

Join the Campaign for Grade Level Reading and Early Learning Nation on Tuesday, July 16, 2024 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM for their next Learning Tuesday Webinar, a conversation entitled “Children's Books: From Access to Opportunity.” Panelists will discuss youth book access and bring perspectives from journalism, research, and the nonprofit sector. Alvin Barnes of the NYC-based nonprofit Barbershop Books will be one of the featured speakers. Learn more and register via this Zoom link. 

June 27, 2024

2025-2027 Annie E. Casey Foundation Children and Family Fellowship

The Annie E. Casey Foundation is currently seeking nominations for the 2025-2027 cohort of The Children and Family Fellowship, their sig­na­ture pro­gram to devel­op the poten­tial of lead­ers in pub­lic, non­prof­it and phil­an­thropic orga­ni­za­tions work­ing to improve out­comes for chil­dren, youth and fam­i­lies. This inten­sive applied lead­er­ship cur­ricu­lum gives child- and fam­i­ly-serv­ing pro­fes­sion­als the con­fi­dence and com­pe­tence to lead major sys­tem reforms and com­mu­ni­ty change ini­tia­tives that get equi­table results, while connecting with a cohort of peers from across the country. Applicants should have 10 years of diverse professional experience in the social sector, a track record of career advancement, a commitment to supporting communities that have been under resourced, a strong understanding of equity, and an openness to self-reflection and feedback. Read more about the opportunity, including the criteria and selection process, on their website. Nominations are due by August 23, 2024, or applicants can by apply directly by September 13, 2024. 

June 27, 2024

OST Job Qualities Standards

In an effort to elevate the out-of-school time (OST) profession and enhance the well-being of OST professionals nationwide, the National AfterSchool Association (NAA) has released the Out-of-School Time Job Quality Standards. Developed in collaboration with leading experts and stakeholders in the field, these standards support the ongoing efforts to promote job quality and workforce stability within the OST sector. The OST Job Quality Standards tool is paired with a Usage Guide and Assessment tool, which provides audiences with a roadmap for effectively using the OST Job Quality Standards, including concrete steps for those in advocacy, funding, policy, and OST leadership to improve job quality in their respective roles. Both tools are part of an emerging collaboration between National AfterSchool Association and Afterschool Alliance to foster a skilled and stable workforce within the afterschool and summer field to ensure increased access to quality programming for more children and youth. 

June 13, 2024

Feel the Love When You Walk In: Future Directions for Afterschool

Step into a world where afterschool is seen through the eyes of young people. Join Every Hour Counts and partners for an upcoming webinar on June 26, 2024 from 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM for an exciting grand release of the Powered by Youth Voice National Youth Survey that shares insights from over 1,000 young people across the country. Hear from research and youth partners to discover what young people find meaningful about their afterschool experiences and their ideas to make them even better so they feel truly welcomed, engaged, and loved when they walk in. Register for the webinar via Zoom. 

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PASE Impact, FY 2023

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5,200

Afterschool Professionals Supported

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NYC Youth Impacted

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