Partnership for After School Education

Are you a program director who aspires to move into more senior management positions? Maybe you’re thinking of running your own organization someday?

The Partnership for After School Education and Baruch College’s Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs are pleased to announce a new cycle of our innovative Emerging Leaders in Nonprofit Management: A Course for Youth Program Professionals, scheduled to commence Fall 2019. In this program, you’ll learn from Baruch professors and experienced practitioners about best management practices—from organizational diagnosis and strategic planning to fundraising and human resources.

Join us at our Information Session to hear more about this unique management program, learn about the application process, and have your questions about the program answered. Learn what you can to do get your application in for first round consideration and how you might turn this opportunity into future credits at Baruch.

Download course documents and access the online application, here


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