Partnership for After School Education


August 15, 2018

Grounded Program Design: Taking Social Justice Work from Values to Practice

On October 12, 2018, Seachange Collective is hosting an interactive, 1-day workshop, Grounded Program Design: Taking Social Justice Work from Values to Practice, on "grounded program design," the development and implementation of initiatives based in community needs and justice – rather than assumed knowledge and charity. Facilitators will guide participants in reflecting on their experiences, the steps of grounded program design, and the complexities of social justice practice. Each participant will workshop their own real-life examples and develop personalized, practical steps to align their social justice values with their work. Register by August 31, 2018 to take advantage of an early bird discount.

August 15, 2018

Union College’s Multicultural Visit Program

Union College is hosting an overnight college preview program, October 21 - 22, 2018, for high-achieving students from diverse backgrounds. This program is designed to allow students to learn more about Union's academic offerings; give them an authentic view of what life can be like at Union; and provide opportunities to engage with current students, faculty, and administrators. The entire cost of the trip, including transportation and meals, will be covered. Applications are due September 24, 2018.

August 15, 2018

Online College Advisement Course from Teacher's College

Teachers College (TC), Columbia University’s Continuing Professional Studies program is offering an online continuing education course for high school counselors and other educators who would like to deepen their understanding and gain specialized training in college advisement with a special emphasis on high-performing, low-income students. The TC College Advising Program (CAP) course runs September 10 - December 17, 2018. There is a fee to participate. Visit the TC CAP web page to learn more and register.

August 15, 2018

Lights On Afterschool 2018

Lights On Afterschool (LOA) is on October 25, 2018. LOA is a nationwide event organized by the Afterschool Alliance that draws attention to the many ways afterschool programs support students by offering them opportunities to learn new things—such as science, community service, robotics, Tae Kwon Do, and poetry—and discover new skills. Visit the LOA website to access resources to plan and register your afterschool event.

August 15, 2018

Carnegie Hall NeON Arts Grants

NeON Arts is a project of the New York City Department of Probation in partnership with Carnegie Hall. This fall and winter, NeON Arts is seeking artists and arts organizations to implement projects in seven neighborhoods across New York City to engage youth and community members. The program provides up to $15,000 in funding for dance, music, theater, visual arts, poetry, and digital media projects in the South Bronx, Brownsville, Staten Island, East New York, Jamaica, Harlem, and Bedford-Stuyvesant. Visit the NeON Arts website for full details. Application deadline is August 31, 2018.

August 15, 2018

2018 Rochester Regional Training Institute

Registration is now open for the New York State Network for Youth Success' 2018 Rochester Regional Training Institute taking place on November 10, 2018. The institute is appropriate for supervisors, teachers, and frontline staff working with school-age children and includes the opportunity to complete six OCFS training hours via a variety of topics, a buffet lunch, and networking opportunities. Early bird rates available through September 30, 2018. Register to attend.

August 02, 2018

Reach the World's Global Learning Leaders

Every semester, Reach the World (RTW) hires and trains a team of interns - undergraduate and graduate school students - who are interested in gaining classroom experience by assisting in their collaborating classrooms in New York City. These Global Learning Leaders support program implementation by assisting one of RTW's partner educators in the classroom on a once-a-week basis. Over the course of the semester, leaders receive training on teaching, classroom management, and RTW's global education platform. Download a flyer to learn more and apply.

August 02, 2018

Annual Citywide Career and Technical Education High School Fair on October 27, 2018

The New York City Department of Education is hosting a citywide Career and Technical Education (CTE) High School Fair on October 27, 2018 at George Westinghouse High School in Brooklyn. This event will provide middle school students, parents, guardians, and families an opportunity to interact with leaders and students from CTE schools and programs. The event will also showcase industry and college partners collaborating with CTE programs and a panel discussion on "Bright Futures: Girls in CTE." For more information, contact CTENYC@schools.nyc.gov. Download the fair flyer.

August 02, 2018

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Competitiveness Scholars

The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (WHIHBCU) launched HBCU Competitiveness Scholars, a student recognition program designed to honor current HBCU students who are successfully preparing to compete for top opportunities that improve standards of living in their communities. For the specified academic school year, Scholars will serve as representatives of their respective institutions and communities to the WHIHBCU. The WHIHBCU will provide outreach and engagement opportunities for Scholars as well as information and resources to disseminate among their fellow students. Nomination forms are due to hbcuscholars@ed.gov no later than August 10, 2018.

August 02, 2018

Studio Museum in Harlem's Internship Program

The Studio Museum in Harlem's Internship Program provides college undergraduates, graduate students, and recent graduates with a wide range of experiences designed to provide insight into the daily workings of a professional museum environment. In addition to working on meaningful, engaging projects with Museum staff, interns engage in a series of meetings, workshops, offsite visits to arts and cultural institutions, and public programs. These paid internships run September 10 - December 14, 2018. The application deadline is August 13, 2018.