11/12 - Are You Ready to Support College Prep in Afterschool?
This workshop is on introducing participants to PASE’s College Prep Programming Assessment Tool (CPPAT) which is designed to capture program perceptions of its college prep services at a particular point in time. Participants will receive a copy of the CPPAT and through individual exploration and small group activity learn how to use the instrument to assess their organization’s status and readiness to support college prep activities for middle and high school youth. Participants will explore indicators of college prep program effectiveness, and learn how their organization can identify priorities and strategize potential changes related to college prep programming.
SACC Training Topics Satisfied: (3) Child day care program development
Links to NYSAN QSA Elements: (4) Staffing/Professional Development; (5) Programming/Activities; (6) Linkages Between Day School and After School; (7) Youth Participation/Engagement; (8) Parent/Family/Community Partnerships
Coffee provided. Participants are welcome to bring breakfast with them. Participants will receive certificates upon completion of the training.
Date: Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Place: PASE, 120 Broadway, Suite 230, New York, NY
Audience: Site Directors, College Prep Program Staff
Cost: Free and open to all
Training Code: NYC-CPA14
When & Where
Partnership for After School Education, Inc.
The Partnership for After School Education (PASE) is a child-focused organization that promotes and supports quality afterschool programs, particularly those serving young people from underserved communities. An innovative pioneer in the development and advancement of the afterschool field, PASE was formed in 1993 to professionalize afterschool services so that providers could deliver consistent, high-quality programming to youth and increase their capacity to meet the needs of their communities.
PASE is committed to providing the more than 1,600 organizations in its network with the support they need to provide the 500,000 young people in New York City’s afterschool programs with the high-quality services they deserve.