Partnership for After School Education


August 02, 2018

Reach the World's Global Learning Leaders

Every semester, Reach the World (RTW) hires and trains a team of interns - undergraduate and graduate school students - who are interested in gaining classroom experience by assisting in their collaborating classrooms in New York City. These Global Learning Leaders support program implementation by assisting one of RTW's partner educators in the classroom on a once-a-week basis. Over the course of the semester, leaders receive training on teaching, classroom management, and RTW's global education platform. Download a flyer to learn more and apply.

August 02, 2018

Annual Citywide Career and Technical Education High School Fair on October 27, 2018

The New York City Department of Education is hosting a citywide Career and Technical Education (CTE) High School Fair on October 27, 2018 at George Westinghouse High School in Brooklyn. This event will provide middle school students, parents, guardians, and families an opportunity to interact with leaders and students from CTE schools and programs. The event will also showcase industry and college partners collaborating with CTE programs and a panel discussion on "Bright Futures: Girls in CTE." For more information, contact CTENYC@schools.nyc.gov. Download the fair flyer.

August 02, 2018

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Competitiveness Scholars

The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (WHIHBCU) launched HBCU Competitiveness Scholars, a student recognition program designed to honor current HBCU students who are successfully preparing to compete for top opportunities that improve standards of living in their communities. For the specified academic school year, Scholars will serve as representatives of their respective institutions and communities to the WHIHBCU. The WHIHBCU will provide outreach and engagement opportunities for Scholars as well as information and resources to disseminate among their fellow students. Nomination forms are due to hbcuscholars@ed.gov no later than August 10, 2018.

August 02, 2018

Studio Museum in Harlem's Internship Program

The Studio Museum in Harlem's Internship Program provides college undergraduates, graduate students, and recent graduates with a wide range of experiences designed to provide insight into the daily workings of a professional museum environment. In addition to working on meaningful, engaging projects with Museum staff, interns engage in a series of meetings, workshops, offsite visits to arts and cultural institutions, and public programs. These paid internships run September 10 - December 14, 2018. The application deadline is August 13, 2018.

August 02, 2018

Unspoken Words: A Discussion on Mental Health and Identity

Youth Advocacy Corps' Unspoken Words: A Discussion on Mental Health and Identity is a day-long summit for young adults from NYC between the ages of 15 and 24. This August 9, 2018 summit will include presentations by youth leaders and renowned educators, engaging conversations about mental health and social justice more generally, and more specific sessions focusing on the intersection of mental health and individual identity. Participants will look at how their individual identities impact their mental wellness, and will work together to develop meaningful recommendations for how NYC can better address the health needs of young people. Register to attend.

August 02, 2018

Registration for the 2019 BOOST Conference is Open

The BOOST (Best of Out-of-School Time) Conference takes place April 30 - May 3, 2019 at the Palm Springs Convention Center, California. BOOST is the largest and most comprehensive global convening for after school, expanded learning, and out-of-school time professionals serving youth. At the BOOST Conference, participants have the opportunity to select learning experiences from over 150 Workshops, Panel Sessions, BOOST Nation: Town Hall Meetings, and moderated Film Festival screenings. Take advantage of early bird registration rates.