Partnership for After School Education


October 01, 2019

Girls Who Code Clubs

Partner with Girls Who Code (GWC) to bring free computer science learning opportunities to your community. Girls Who Code Clubs are free after-school programs for 3rd-5th or 6th-12th grade girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models and use computer science to change the world. Participants learn hard coding skills and computational thinking as well as project management skills, collaboration, bravery, resilience, and how to positively impact their community. Participants gain access to free resources, flexible plug and play curriculum, funding opportunities, ongoing support, alumni opportunities for young learners, and more! No computer science experience needed to get started since GWC is there for you every step of the way. Apply now with the 15-min Clubs Application or learn more about how to get started by joining the next live 30-min webinar or email clubs@girlswhocode.com.

October 01, 2019

Brooklyn Library Fall Internships for Teens

Brooklyn Public Library is accepting applications for two paid school-year internships for teens at Central Library and the neighborhood branches. Build personal, professional, and creative skills; earn a stipend, volunteer credit hours, and resume-boosting experience; and have fun and meet other teens from across the city. Through Youth Council & Urban Art Jamm teens plan and execute BLP's largest teen event of the year, Urban Art Jamm at Central Library. Participants will build skills in event planning, budgeting, and marketing. Applications due October 15, 2019. Librarians of Tomorrow (LoT) helps teens to build professional skills, experience careers in libraries, and participate in innovative, hands-on projects, working with a mentor. Apply ASAP.

October 01, 2019

NYU Tisch Future Artists Program

NYU Tisch Future Artists Programs are free workshops offered on Saturdays from February - May for students from the Greater New York City Metropolitan Area. The classes are taught by current NYU Tisch Faculty in 8 departments: Dance, Dramatic Writing, Filmmaking, Film Studies, Games, Photography & Imaging, Recorded Music, and Theater. To learn more about the programs, please RSVP for their Open House on October 19, 2019 from 9:30 am - 11:00 am.


October 01, 2019

Life Light Street Productions Street News Network

Life Light Street Productions' Street News Network offers teens and young adults the chance to produce the news they want to see. Participants learn how to film, edit, and produce content while also experiencing field trips, meeting professionals in media and taking part in workshops co-led by their youth leaders. Join them on Thursdays and Saturdays.

October 01, 2019

A Student’s Guide to Your First Year of College

Reach Higher has launched a YouTube learning playlist, “A Student’s Guide to Your First Year of College” made in partnership with YouTube Originals and NowThis. This 10-episode series covers topics ranging from applying for financial aid to picking classes to finding mentors and navigating life on your own for the first time.

October 01, 2019

Census Toolkit for the Afterschool Community

Millions of children and youth rely on federal support, determined by the U.S. census, to attend afterschool and summer learning programs. The results of the census will be used to determine how more than $900 billion of federal spending will be allocated for the next 10 years. The Afterschool Alliance has created a toolkit to help afterschool programs, staff, and youth insure that every member of their community is counted.

October 01, 2019

Disney NYC Grant 2019

generationOn, with the generous support of Disney NYC, is providing $500 grants for adult facilitators based in New York City to engage children (ages 5-12) in planning and implementing service projects to address issues in their communities that matter to them. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis through October 15, 2019.

October 01, 2019

NYC Complete Count Fund

The New York City Complete Count Fund is the first program of its kind in the city and represents an investment of $19 million in community-based organizations to mobilize New Yorkers to self-respond to the 2020 census. They encourage all organizations that have deep connections to historically undercounted communities to apply, and the City’s support will range from $25,000 to $250,000, depending on organizational size and capacity. Application for funding will remain open through October 15, 2019.