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June 13, 2024

Feel the Love When You Walk In: Future Directions for Afterschool

Step into a world where afterschool is seen through the eyes of young people. Join Every Hour Counts and partners for an upcoming webinar on June 26, 2024 from 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM for an exciting grand release of the Powered by Youth Voice National Youth Survey that shares insights from over 1,000 young people across the country. Hear from research and youth partners to discover what young people find meaningful about their afterschool experiences and their ideas to make them even better so they feel truly welcomed, engaged, and loved when they walk in. Register for the webinar via Zoom. 

June 13, 2024

Bank Street College of Education's Early Childhood Advanced Standing Program

Are you an experienced early childhood educator who is looking for opportunities for professional growth and graduate education? Bank Street College of Education is recruiting for their Early Childhood Advanced Standing Program, which provides an opportunity for experienced early childhood teachers to earn their master's degree through an accelerated program that gives them credit for their years of experience. The program is open to any lead teachers working with children from birth through second grade in publicly funded ECE programs. The program can be completed in just 30 credits and all students in this program receive an over 50% scholarship. The program model also allows students to benefit from a supportive cohort of like-minded peers and faculty.  Apply now for consideration in the January 2025 cohort. 

May 22, 2024

Ask Me Anything: Building Relationships with Funders

Looking for advice on building relationships with funders? Join Candid on May 29, 2024 from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM for an online Ask Me Anything (AMA) session all about funding relationships, featuring Irfan Hasan, Deputy Vice President of Grants at The New York Community Trust, and Linda Goode Bryant, Founder and President of the nonprofit Project EATS. Securing grant funding can be a challenging process, and it's often said that relationships are an important component of grantseeking success alongside the match between a nonprofit’s work and a foundation’s areas of interest. But what do you need to know as you begin and maintain relationships with foundations?  This interactive session will use these questions as a launching point and will provide an opportunity to ask all the questions on your mind. Register for the online session via Candid’s website. 

May 22, 2024

Hosting Education Pioneers Impact Fellows

Education Pioneers is currently recruiting partners to host Impact Fellows in Fall 2024. The EP Impact Fellowship is a 10-month program that provides education organizations access to high-potential leaders, for immediate project support to accelerate their work, and help ensure the strength of the education sector now and for the future. Impact Fellows, typically early to mid-career talent with 3-5 years of professional experience, bring valuable experience and expertise in project management, operations, data/analytics, and/or strategic planning. You can read about the Impact Fellowship in this brochure. You can get the process started by emailing partnerships@educationpioneers.org to express interest. Upcoming deadlines for Partner Applications are June 5, 2024, July 17, 2024, and August 28, 2024. 

May 22, 2024

Sign-On Letter in Response to DYCD Budget Cuts

Calling leadership of organizations providing early care and education programs! United Neighborhood Houses crafted a sign-on letter urging Mayor Adams to reverse the over $26 million in budget cuts to the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) afterschool and Summer Rising programs. The text of the letter can be read here, and organizations should have CEO/ED approval before signing. Sign on using this Google form by the end of day on Tuesday, May 28, 2024.

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PASE Impact, FY 2023

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