Increasing Participation in the Summer Food Service Program


Thursday, Jun 19, 2014
01:00 PM EST

 

About this webinar:

This webinar will discuss how summer learning programs can increase participation in the Summer Food Service Program.  Kate Sims, a child nutrition policy analyst from FRAC, will discuss the findings from their latest report on participation in the Summer Food Service Program. Susan Gamble, director of the West Virginia Statewide Afterschool Network, will discuss how a nationally recognized summer learning program in her state has increased participation in the Summer Food Service Program by working with local partners. The speakers will also share various resources from USDA and other organizations.

  • Alexis Steines, Field Outreach Manager, Afterschool Alliance
  • Susan Gamble, Director, West Virginia Statewide Afterschool Network
  • Kate Sims, Child Nutrition Policy Analyst, FRAC

 



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Taking the Afterschool for All Challenge: Policy Basics


Wednesday, May 14, 2014
01:00 PM EST

 

About this webinar:

As part of the Afterschool for All Challenge, we’re asking afterschool advocates from around the country to help us achieve our goal of setting up meetings with all 435 congressional district offices on May 22, 2014. To help you understand the issues related to afterschool—and some of the policy challenges that could affect your program during the next year—this webinar will introduce you to the basics of afterschool policy. The Afterschool Alliance will arm you with facts and information about the current state of afterschool and how Congress can help support the mission of ensuring high quality afterschool programs for all children.

Speakers
  • Alexis Steines, Field Outreach Manager, Afterschool Alliance
  • Erik Peterson, Vice President of Policy, Afterschool Alliance

 



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Taking the Afterschool for All Challenge: District Meetings


Wednesday, May 7, 2014
01:00 PM EST

 

About this webinar:

In communities across the country, afterschool programs are facing an uncertain financial future and a rocky economic climate. Our nation’s leaders need to hear what’s happening in their districtsboth the struggles and the amazing success stories of the kids whose lives are impacted by afterschool programs every day. That’s why we’re asking program staff, parents, educators and everyone in between to take the Afterschool for All Challenge on May 22, 2014.

Instead of joining us on Capitol Hill, you can help protect and expand quality afterschool programs by setting up meetings with your local district offices. Our goal is to get as many afterschool supporters as possible to arrange meetings with all 435 congressional districts. This webinar will guide you through the process of setting up a visit with your Congressional representatives district office, offer some practical resources to help you with the visit and provide suggestions for what to bring.

Speakers
  • Alexis Steines, Field Outreach Manager, Afterschool Alliance
  • Erik Peterson, Vice President of Policy, Afterschool Alliance

 



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Afterschool & the Next Generation Science Standards: Where to start?


Thursday, Apr 17, 2014
01:00 PM EST

 

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In this webinar, we’ll start with NGSS 101, highlighting components especially of interest to afterschool. Katelyn Wamsted, program director at Girlstart in Austin, Texas, will then share why Girlstart chose to align its programs and curricula to NGSS, and the steps they’ve taken so far. Since school partnerships are key to productively engaging with the new standards, Katelyn will focus on how Girlstart develops and maintains strong relationships with their school sites.

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Housing Authorities & Afterschool: Ideal Community Partners


Thursday, Apr 10, 2014
02:00 PM EST

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According to the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities (CLPHA), many public housing authorities are involved in providing their residents with out-of-school learning opportunities. By partnering with local afterschool providers who contribute trained staff and curriculum, housing authorities across the country are bringing high-quality afterschool education home to the children and youth they serve.

The Afterschool Alliance and CLPHA have partnered to feature promising practices for initiating and sustaining such partnerships. In this webinar, guest speakers involved with a successful housing authority/afterschool partnership in Southern California will discuss: the benefits of their partnership, the challenges they’ve overcome and suggestions for housing authorities and afterschool providers looking to initiate similar partnerships in their own communities.

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Please be advised that due to technical issues occuring during the recording of the webinar, the audio will begin at the 17:35 minute mark.

 



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Increasing Participation in the Summer Food Service Program
Taking the Afterschool for All Challenge: Policy Basics
Taking the Afterschool for All Challenge: District Meetings
Afterschool & the Next Generation Science Standards: Where to start?
Housing Authorities & Afterschool: Ideal Community Partners
Using Social Media as an Advocacy Tool
Engineering & Computing in Afterschool
Activating Youth Advocates
Strengthening Afterschool STEM Partnerships
Engaging Parents as Program Advocates
Afterschool and the Common Core State Standards
Lights On Afterschool: Tips for Getting Media Coverage
Lights On Afterschool: Engaging Parents at Your Event
Lights On Afterschool: Getting VIPs to Your Event
Bridging Afterschool & Informal Science Communities
Lights On Afterschool: Securing An Awesome Location
Build, Create and Innovate: Expanding Access to Maker Programs
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Build, Create & Innovate: Strategies for Engaging Youth Through Making
Build, Create & Innovate: An Introduction to Maker Culture
Youth Violence Prevention Strategies in Afterschool
Afterschool STEM Impact Award Insights
Afterschool Innovators and Middle School Success
Defining Youth Outcomes of STEM in Afterschool
The New Normal: Libraries as Partners in 21st Century Learning
The 2013 Challenge: Meeting with Your Congressional District Office
The 2013 Challenge: Policy Basics
STEM in Afterschool Virtual Tour
Feeding America's Children After School
College Access 101: How Afterschool Can Bridge The Gap
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