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Developing enticing programming is the first step in keeping children engaged in your program. One essential key to this is fostering staff leadership and empowering them to create expanded learning opportunities that allow them to bring their passion and interests to life in the program setting. Learn techniques for igniting your staff and providing tools to help them lead programs and be a vital part of your team. Lunch Keynote – Dr. Sara Harkness, University of CT Center for the Study of Culture, Health and Human Development - A Strength-Based Perspective on cultures and Families.
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Connecticut After School Network
The Connecticut After School Network is dedicated to promoting young people’s safety, healthy development and learning outside the traditional classroom.
We do this by providing training and technical assistance to improve program quality; influencing policy on behalf of youth and families; and expanding funding opportunities.
Our vision is that every Connecticut child and youth will have the opportunity to participate in high-quality, affordable after school programs.