Partnership for After School Education

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As nonprofit leaders, we are constantly moving at 200mph because the services we provide young people are important for their well-being. Achieving this type of velocity requires a synchronized team, including teammates who may go unnoticed like our junior boards.


Creating a highly effective junior board can be game-changing because they, when activated, provide critical support that can make a difference Their passion, relentless optimism and orientation towards action may provide us the energy that we need to make it through another fiscal year. Moreover, their growing philanthropic capacity may fuel and sustain our organization in the years to come. Participate in this interactive workshop to take action towards (re)designing a meaningful junior board experience. Through discussion and short activities, we will each identify 2-3 ways to engage our junior board in alignment with the organizational strategy. We will collectively build a repository of ideas (new and tried-and-true) that we can take to our respective organizations.

These Fund Development workshops are intended for senior leadership and development staff of DYCD contracted agencies.

This professional development opportunity is provided at no cost to you but has a per participant value of $60 for DYCD. If you register for and are subsequently unable to participate you are responsible for cancelling your registration or risk being waitlisted for future events.


Marvin Vilma

Marvin (he/him) is an education enthusiast and advocate. His parents cultivated his passion for learning at a young age and he is committed to supporting organizations that cultivate that same interest for young people. After graduating from the Trinity School in NYC, Marvin studied Sociology and French at Colgate University. He also completed a graduate degree in Education Entrepreneurship at the University of Pennsylvania and is an MBA candidate at Boston University. Prior to joining Let's Get... Read More