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November 10, 2023

NAA’s Next Generation of Afterschool Leaders 2024

National AfterSchool Association's Next Generation of Afterschool Leaders identifies young leaders and recognizes and cultivates the talent of afterschool champions who have the potential to influence the field of afterschool for years to come. The selected emerging leader honorees will have demonstrated contributions that have started to influence beyond individual programs to organizations and communities, a proven passion for developing themselves and others, active engagement in efforts to elevate the afterschool field, and demonstrated persistence in their work to grow as leaders. Learn more and submit a nomination by December 6, 2023.

November 10, 2023

Afterschool Alliance Survey

The Afterschool Alliance is conducting a survey to understand the supports afterschool and summer learning programs are currently providing, the challenges they face, and what their needs are to better help the children and families they serve. Survey responses will provide valuable information to share with funders, policymakers, education leaders, and the public when discussing the importance of increasing investment in afterschool and summer programs that foster learning, connection, and belonging. Complete the survey to be entered into a drawing to receive a $100 gift card.

October 26, 2023

Communities Speak Survey

It is crucial that local leaders in the city understand what New Yorkers are experiencing throughout the city. Communities Speak is collecting information on the experiences of New Yorkers across the city through surveys and sharing that information with city government and community-based organizations. By completing this survey, you can help ensure that local policy is designed to support you and your community.

October 26, 2023

School’s Out, Make it Count! 2024 RFP

Looking to share your knowledge of the field? New York State Network for Youth Success is accepting proposals to present at School's Out, Make it Count! 2024, New York State's statewide conference for afterschool professionals. The Conference will take place on April 19, 2023 and April 20, 2023, at the Hilton Garden Inn, Troy, NY. This event brings in hundreds of afterschool professionals (administrators, directors, teachers, and frontline staff) from across the state. Accepted lead presenters also receive free admission to the conference on the day of their presentation. The deadline to submit a proposal is November 17, 2023.

October 12, 2023

Discussing War And Conflict: Resources For Educators, Parents And Caregivers

As images of war and conflict fill television screens and flood the internet right now, young people need the support of parents, caregivers and educators to grapple with their emotions and to understand the events. Young people want to talk about what they see happening in the world and how they feel about it, and they need guidance to have those crucial conversations in safe ways that encourage empathy and understanding. Providing safe spaces for students to learn about and discuss current events is essential—and so is helping young people to process their emotions. Learning for Justice offers resources for educators, parents and caregivers to help facilitate crucial conversations and support young people.

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