Partnership for After School Education

This workshop will introduce participants to PASE’s College Prep Programming Assessment Tool (CPPAT), a free, web-based tool which is designed to capture program perceptions of their college prep services at a particular point in time.

Registration opens on Monday, December 23 at 9:00 am

Through individual exploration and small group activities, participants will learn how to use the instrument to assess their organization’s status and readiness to support college prep activities for middle and high school youth. Participants will explore indicators of college prep program effectiveness, and learn how their organization can identify priorities and strategize potential changes related to college prep programming.

Please bring a laptop or Chromebook to access the assessment tool. Tablets and smartphones will not work.


Facilitator

Tania Ortiz-Ashby

Tania Ortiz-Ashby has worked at PASE since 2005 and is currently both Senior Program Director and Communications Associate. Tania manages training and technical assistance and PASE's College Prep Initiative, and handles PASE's external communications with the afterschool field. Tania has worked in the youth services field for more than twenty years, first as a designer and provider of innovative direct service programs for youth then as director of training for Fresh Youth Initiatives. Tania hol... Read More