Partnership for After School Education

Issue 141

March 31, 2017

National Afterschool Matters Fellowship

National Afterschool Matters Fellowship is accepting applications for cohort two. The Fellowship is a two-year professional development and leadership training program unique in its national reach and incorporation of technology for ongoing collaboration. The Fellowship is a partnership between two experienced national leaders, the National Institute on Out-of-School Time at the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College and the National Writing Project, with generous funding from the Robert Bowne Foundation. The Fellowship is for mid-career OST, education, or youth development professionals who demonstrate a commitment to the field. Over the course of the fellowship, participants engage in reflection, inquiry, and writing activities that position them to inform and contribute to the quality of OST programs, practice, and the broader field. Applications due May 31, 2017. Fellowship Cohort Two commences Fall 2017.

March 31, 2017

Afterschool Impacts Database

The Afterschool Alliance's Afterschool Impacts Database is an easily searchable platform that can help you navigate the growing body of evidence that demonstrates the student-supporting and community-building impacts of afterschool and summer learning programs. Find the information you're looking for by filtering for evaluations by program type, grade level, areas of interest, and more.