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May 22, 2024

Ask Me Anything: Building Relationships with Funders

Looking for advice on building relationships with funders? Join Candid on May 29, 2024 from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM for an online Ask Me Anything (AMA) session all about funding relationships, featuring Irfan Hasan, Deputy Vice President of Grants at The New York Community Trust, and Linda Goode Bryant, Founder and President of the nonprofit Project EATS. Securing grant funding can be a challenging process, and it's often said that relationships are an important component of grantseeking success alongside the match between a nonprofit’s work and a foundation’s areas of interest. But what do you need to know as you begin and maintain relationships with foundations?  This interactive session will use these questions as a launching point and will provide an opportunity to ask all the questions on your mind. Register for the online session via Candid’s website. 

May 22, 2024

Hosting Education Pioneers Impact Fellows

Education Pioneers is currently recruiting partners to host Impact Fellows in Fall 2024. The EP Impact Fellowship is a 10-month program that provides education organizations access to high-potential leaders, for immediate project support to accelerate their work, and help ensure the strength of the education sector now and for the future. Impact Fellows, typically early to mid-career talent with 3-5 years of professional experience, bring valuable experience and expertise in project management, operations, data/analytics, and/or strategic planning. You can read about the Impact Fellowship in this brochure. You can get the process started by emailing to express interest. Upcoming deadlines for Partner Applications are June 5, 2024, July 17, 2024, and August 28, 2024. 

May 22, 2024

Sign-On Letter in Response to DYCD Budget Cuts

Calling leadership of organizations providing early care and education programs! United Neighborhood Houses crafted a sign-on letter urging Mayor Adams to reverse the over $26 million in budget cuts to the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) afterschool and Summer Rising programs. The text of the letter can be read here, and organizations should have CEO/ED approval before signing. Sign on using this Google form by the end of day on Tuesday, May 28, 2024.

May 9, 2024

Engaging and Amplifying the Voices of Youth that are Experiencing Homelessness or are in Foster Care through Afterschool and Summer Learning

How can afterschool and summer learning programs engage and support youth that are experiencing homelessness or are in foster care? Join Afterschool Alliance and Engage Every Student for a webinar on this topic on May 23, 2024 at 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM. Attendees will also learn about a range of strategies and resources that can be leveraged to ensure that our most vulnerable students are both engaged and able to add their voices to afterschool and summer learning programs nationwide. Save your spot today.

May 9, 2024

Promoting Lifelong Benefits for Youth Through Out-of-School Time

Would you like to know more about the kinds of factors that have shown a positive impact on youth self-regulation, problem solving, interpersonal skills, decision making, behavior and more?  Join the Collaborative for Advancing Health Equity in Out-of-School Time and National AfterSchool Association on May 29, 2024 from 1:00 PM-2:00 PM for an interactive webinar highlighting how protective factors can increase healthy development and reduce health disparities, and how out-of-school time programs can play a role. The session will share ways that out-of-school time programs build key protective factors for youth, such as caring relationships, high expectations, and meaningful opportunities for contribution.  The webinar will highlight best practices and successes from the field. Register for the webinar via Zoom. 

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