Partnership for After School Education

The Partnership for After School Education’s annual conference Framing Our Future: Emerging Trends and Opportunities for Afterschool is on Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at Baruch College, Vertical Campus.

This signature citywide event celebrates the impact of the field on youth and families and promotes innovation and research to sustain this work. We expect over 200 participants including Executive Directors and supervisors from youth-serving community-based agencies, funders, colleagues in higher education, policy makers, and educators.

As we near the start of a new decade, with impending change in city leadership, the focus of our 2019 conference is on those societal conditions and emerging trends impacting New York City and in turn how this impacts organizations working with communities and fulfilling their mission.

Morning Speakers

Fatima Shama, Executive Director, The Fresh Air Fund


Jonathan Bowles, Executive Director, Center for an Urban Future

In conversation on emerging trends impacting New York City and youth-serving organizations’ work with their communities.

Moderated by

Andrew Rich, Dean, Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership, CUNY

Afternoon Speakers

Bill Chong, Commissioner, NYC Department of Youth and Community Development

Dr. Anael Alston, Assistant Commissioner, Office of Access, Equity & Community Engagement, NY State Education Department

Join Your Colleagues From...

  • 92nd Street YM/YWHA
  • BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
  • Boys & Girls Club of Harlem
  • Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM)
  • BronxWorks
  • Brownsville Think Tank Matters
  • Candogram Inc.
  • Center for Family Life
  • Center for Urban Pedagogy
  • City Parks Foundation
  • Classroom, Inc/Read to Lead
  • Commonpoint Queens
  • Community Change, Inc.
  • Community Healthcare Network
  • CUNY Creative Arts Team
  • Curiositas, Inc.
  • Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation
  • Elmcor Youth & Adult Activities, Inc
  • ExpandED Schools
  • Figure Skating in Harlem
  • Fostering Change for Children
  • Girl Vow, Inc.
  • Goddard Riverside Community Center
  • Grand Street Settlement
  • Haitian American United For Progress,INC
  • Harlem Link Charter School
  • Hetrick-Martin Institute
  • Immigrant Social Services (ISS)
  • Independent consultant
  • Letting Every Voice Be Heard
  • Lost Articles
  • Lower Eastside Girls Club
  • Man Up Inc. USA
  • Manhattan Youth & Recreation Inc.
  • Manhattan Youth Inc.
  • Manhattan Youth Recreation & Resources Inc.
  • New Settlement Apts
  • New Victory Theater/New 42nd Street
  • New York Institute of Technology
  • New York Junior Tennis and Learning
  • NYC Mission Society
  • Photo Patch Foundation
  • Police Athletic League
  • Queens Borough President Melinda Katz-Education Director
  • Spring Creek Community Corp
  • The Boys' Club of New York
  • The Educational Alliance
  • The Haitian Americans United for Progress
  • Tomorrow's Leaders NYC
  • Trail Blazer Camps
  • UMOJA Network for Young Men
  • Uncommon Schools
  • Weill Music Institute
  • Young Audiences NY
  • Youth Communication
  • Zone 126