Partnership for After School Education

Filtering By

November 16, 2020

Reel Works Teen Film Making Fellows Program

Reel Works is hosting a virtual information session on November 18, 2020 at 5:30 pm about their Fellows Program. This is a mandatory information session for those interested in applying for the Reel Works Fellows program and an RSVP is required to get the Zoom link. Reel Works Fellows is an intensive, year-long training program for talented young artists to specialize in a filmmaking discipline and create portfolio pieces for college and career success. Fellows choose a craft and are paired with a professional mentor to deepen their study while collaborating to create original short films. Paid media internships, job shadowing, and masterclasses with leading craftspeople help Fellows build portfolios and create personal education and career plans. This program is open for all NYC youth to apply.

November 16, 2020

Virtual Culture

This fall, Virtual Culture is offering over 50 free and low-cost classes in dance, art, theater, STEAM, music, writing, and activism, from some of the greatest performers, artists, and cultural organizations in the world. These organizations are serving NYC youth with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work closely with world-class artists, musicians, and writers through virtual offerings. Check out their full catalog of classes, programs and internships.

November 16, 2020

Needs Assessment Survey for DYCD-Funded Organizations

As a collaborative of organizations, Support Center, Community Resource Exchange, ExpandED Schools, FMA, and Partnership for After School Education provide "capacity building" supports to many DYCD-funded organizations. They have released this survey to receive feedback from DYCD providers to determine where and how their supports can be most helpful. The deadline to complete the survey is November 18, 2020.

November 16, 2020

2020-2021 Equity Guides

COVID-19 is affecting everyone — but it is not affecting everyone equally. Students of color and their families find themselves enduring a pandemic that disproportionately impacts their health, mired in an economic crisis that disproportionately affects their financial well-being, and living in a country that too often still struggles to recognize their humanity. Based on nationwide polling data, The Alliance for Resource Equity has released tools and resources to help education leaders and advocates in your community build common understandings of the issues and how to talk about them.

November 16, 2020

FAFSA: The How-To Guide for High School Students (And the Adults Who Help Them)

The Center for New York City Affairs has published the fall 2020 edition of their popular guide for high school students who are applying to college and beginning their all-important quest for financial aid: FAFSA: The How-To Guide for High School Students (And the Adults Who Help Them). The guide explains how the form works and confronts the often-confusing issues around citizenship and how the FAFSA defines parents and households. The guide also explains the FAFSA verification process and includes an extensive section on how to compare college financial aid offers.

November 16, 2020

Early Lessons from Schools and Out-of-School Time Programs Implementing Social and Emotional Learning

Schools and out-of-school time programs across the United States are increasingly prioritizing and implementing practices to support children’s social and emotional development. This report from the Wallace Foundation provides early implementation lessons from six communities about how to enact social and emotional learning in elementary schools and in OST programs.

November 16, 2020

Opportunities in Afterschool

Search for job opportunities in afterschool from organizations including the Brotherhood-Sister Sol, YMCA, and New York Urban League (NYUL) on PASE's Job & Volunteer Listings.