Partnership for After School Education


January 31, 2019

Host a Youth Leadership Council

NYC Youth Leadership Councils (YLCs) are working groups of high school students ages 14-21 who collaborate with adult leaders to catalyze authentic change in their communities. Through sustainable partnerships with schools, City agencies, nonprofits, and faith-based groups, hundreds of YLCs are working to address crucial City issues in all five boroughs through a combination of policy, practice, and/or advocacy service. If you are committed to civic engagement and are interested in learning more, attend the next YLC Program Orientation on February 14, 2019. The orientation will provide a practical overview of the YLC network and youth-adult partnership program model. Register to attend. Send questions to NYCYLC@cityhall.nyc.gov.

January 31, 2019

Anti-Discrimination Clinic

Steelcase WorkLife Center and Project Reach are hosting a two day, city-wide Intensive Anti-Discrimination Clinic, February 14 - 15, 2019 from 8:30 am-4:30 pm. This 12-hour training will bring together a diverse community of 30-40 educators, service providers, social workers, administrators and parents/guardians from schools and community-based organizations in all 5 boroughs. All adults who work with young people and are committed to ending discrimination and fighting for social justice are encouraged to attend. Register by February 11, 2019 to attend. Download a flyer. For more information, contact the trainers Don Kao (dkao@cpc-nyc.org; (917) 749-6116) or Katherine Chambers (kchambers@cpc-nyc.org; (315) 664-8059).