Thank you for helping PASE celebrate 25 years of leadership, partnership, and impact!
PASE’s Junior Board hosted the first annual PASE Masquerade. Over 150 young professionals gathered at Metropolitan Pavilion for a fun-filled night of drinks, dancing, and disguise to support quality afterschool programs. Click here to learn more about our sponsors and view photos from the event.
On Tuesday, July 24, over 390 afterschool leaders, educators, institutional funders, policy-makers, colleagues in higher education, and other stakeholders in afterschool attended the 2018 PASE@PACE Conference - a day-long conference devoted to the innovative programs and visionary leadership present in the afterschool field and the impact of afterschool services on children, their families, schools, and the community as a whole. This signature event included 43 engaging workshops, 25 exhibitors, and 2 dynamic keynote speakers. Learn more.
On Tuesday, February 27, over 600 guests joined in celebrating PASE’s 25th Anniversary and honoring those who have given outstanding service and leadership to our city’s youth. The 25th Anniversary PASEsetter Awards Benefit honored five outstanding afterschool educators, as well as PASE’s own Executive Director, Alison Overseth. The event raised over $700,000, allowing PASE to promote and support high-quality afterschool programs throughout the city. Thank you for supporting PASE and New York City’s children! Learn more.
On December 4th, 2017, PASE gathered youth development leaders and New York City government officials to present the inaugural Richard Murphy Leadership Award to the 106th Mayor of New York City, The Honorable David N. Dinkins. Learn more.
On September 19, 2017, PASE hosted Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, President Emerita of Spelman College and acclaimed psychologist and author, for a deeply powerful discussion in honor of the 20th anniversary of her best-selling novel: Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations About Race. In an engaging conversation, Dr. Tatum explained how to support the racial identity of students of color, while learning to navigate through present day racial tension. Learn more.