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Coaching Skills for Leaders of After School Programs (Session 101-C)

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Willow Pass Community Center

2748 E. Olivera Road

Concord, California 94519

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Coaching Skills for Leaders of After School Programs (Session 101-C)

Partnership for Children and Youth (PCY) is re-launching the training series for site level leaders of after school and summer programs. The training series comprises of three (3) workshop sessions. You can save by taking the whole series or you can take stand-alone workshops to achieve more targeted professional development. This training series will help managers and leaders develop and improve program infrastructure to better support staff and students.

Series Overview:

After years of experience managing and leading after school and summer programs, the Technical Assistance Team at PCY has observed some universal principles of leadership:

Great Leaders Empower Others
Managing staff means ensuring that they are compliant with the organization's expectations. Engaging staff means getting them excited about your interests and goals. Empowering staff means giving them the skills and space to pursue their interests and future.

New Leaders Need Training
Expanded learning programs tend to be led by people with three kinds of experience; teachers or former teachers, line staff promoted from within, or people with management experience from other contexts. Whatever your background, you have something valuable to offer your staff and students but for you to be successful, you must make an investment in practicing the skills required in your new role.

Healthy Programs are the Product of Healthy Organizations
Expanded learning programs are often faced with funding limitations, but healthy programs are the product of healthy organizations or partnerships. Sustainability derives from transparency, accountability, and diversification across the organization and among partners. Not all of this may be within your sphere of influence, but leaders in any position can model transparency, ensure fiscal accountability, and support diversification.

Who should attend?

Participants are typically Site Coordinators, Program Managers, and Line Staff seeking advancement. Content will be applicable to expanded learning programs that serve students K-12. This workshop series is for you if you are in a leadership position and seeking sustainable, systematic ways to move from managing your team to engaging and empowering your team so that they can do the same for students.

What can I expect from the workshop?

In this workshop session, you will:
- Practice coaching conversations through hands on, collaborative activities that are responsive to your needs and experience.
- Find your own voice as a coach while learning how to ensure your team is challenged and supported.

Who is the facilitator?

Brock Hudson joined the Partnership for Children & Youth in 2017. As the Technical Assistance Manager she is responsible for providing direct support to after school and summer programs across California through advocacy, training, coaching, and consulting. Brock has been working with young people since she was 14 years old working at a theater company teaching drama to preschool and young elementary school age youth, and has worked with preschool age through college.

Prior to joining PCY, Brock worked for nearly 10 years at one of San Francisco’s leading expanded learning provider organizations, the Richmond District Neighborhood Center. In this capacity, she worked at all levels within the afterschool program, starting as an activity leader, an assistant site manager, a site manager, and a program director overseeing middle school and high school programs. During her time with the Richmond District Neighborhood Center Brock honed her skills in curriculum development, program management, coaching, adult learning, training youth workers and volunteers, and facilitating collaborations among families, school administrators and partners. Brock also worked on the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater teaching environmental education to 3rd grade through college age youth.

What if the dates don’t work for me?

The workshop series is designed to encourage participants to attend one to three sessions at the location most convenient for them, but if one of the dates doesn’t work for you, consider completing that session in another city, space permitting. The bundle pricing applies when registering for sessions 101, 102, and 103 regardless of the city in which the sessions occur. Contact us at events@partnerforchildren.org for assistance if planning on attending sessions in different cities.

How much does each session cost?

Each session is $150* per participant, and can be registered for separately. Enroll in all three sessions for just $300. This is the same as getting one session free! Just enroll in all three sessions, and enter the promo code BUNDLE before registering for session three (Sustainability; Session 103).

*plus applicable fees


Are there discounts for partner organizations?

Of course! We are the Partnership for Children and Youth after all. We can’t do this work without you! If your organization is on the list below, you can also take advantage of a 25% discount. Enter the promo code PARTNER before registering. This reduces the individual session cost to $112.50 instead of $150, and the final total for the three session series will be $225 instead of $300. This discount is only available to the qualifying partner organizations listed below.

Qualifying Partner Organizations:

  • Aim High
  • Acta Non Verba
  • Alameda County Office of Education
  • Alameda Point Collaborative
  • Alternatives in Action
  • Arc Experience
  • ASAP Connect
  • Bay Area Community Resources
  • Beacon Initiative (SF, National, and Partners)
  • Berkeley Unified School District
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma Valley
  • Brothers on the Rise
  • Buena Vista Horrace Mann School (SFUSD)
  • California Afterschool Advocacy Alliance (CA3) Members
  • California Afterschool Network
  • California Endowment
  • California Department of Education, Expanded Learning Division
  • CalSAC
  • Camp Phoenix
  • C.A.R.E.S. After School Program
  • Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
  • Citizen Schools
  • Collective Impact
  • Community Bridges
  • Community Housing Development Corporation (CHDC)
  • Community Youth Center of San Francisco
  • David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality
  • Department of Children, Youth and Their Families, San Francisco
  • Eagle Village
  • EAH Housing
  • East Bay Agency For Children
  • East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC)
  • East Bay Asian Youth Center
  • Ecology Center
  • Eden Housing
  • Edventure More
  • Emeryville (City of)
  • Fairfield (City of)
  • Forum for Youth Investment
  • Franklin McKinley School District
  • Growing Together
  • Hayward Unified School District
  • Head-Royce School
  • Hephaestus Education Studio
  • High Expectations
  • Horizons at the San Francisco Friends School
  • Horner Foundation
  • Jamboree Housing
  • Jamestown Community Center
  • Japanese Community Youth Council
  • Kids' Country
  • Learning for Life
  • Love. Learn. Success.
  • LYRIC
  • Mercy Housing
  • MidPen Housing
  • Monterey County Office of Education
  • Mount Diablo Unified School District
  • National Summer Learning Association
  • Oakland (City of)
  • Oakland Fund for Children and Youth
  • Oakland Housing Authority
  • Oakland Leaf
  • Oakland Literacy Coalition (Including Members)
  • Oakland Summer Learning Network Members
  • Oakland Unified School District
  • Oakland USD Lead Agency Partners
  • Pajaro Valley Unified School District
  • Palo Alto Housing
  • Peninsula Bridge
  • People's Grocery
  • Planting Justice
  • Project Access
  • Public Profit
  • QD Learning
  • Randall Museum/SFRPD
  • Read-Aloud Volunteer Program
  • Resources for Community Development (RCD)
  • Richmond (City of)
  • Richmond Community Foundation
  • Richmond District Neighborhood Center (RDNC)
  • Richmond Ed Fund
  • Safe Passages
  • San Carlos Charter Learning Center
  • San Francisco Beacon Initiative
  • San Francisco Foundation
  • San Francisco Unified School District
  • San Joaquin County Office of Education
  • San Juan Unified School District
  • San Lorenzo Unified School District
  • San Mateo County Human Services Agency
  • San Mateo County Libraries
  • San Mateo County Office of Education
  • San Rafael City Schools
  • Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA)
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • Sonoma County Family YMCA
  • Spark Decks
  • Springboard Collaborative
  • Stand Tall Leadership
  • Stanislaus County Office of Education
  • Rising Sun Energy Center
  • Temescal Associates
  • Third Sector Solutions
  • United Way California Capital Region
  • Urban Adamah
  • Urban Tilth
  • Vacaville (City of)
  • Vallejo City Unified School District
  • Valley Vibes Orchestras
  • Village Community Resources
  • West Contra Costa Literacy Coalition
  • West Contra Costa Public Education Fund
  • YMCA East Bay


Questions?

If you have any questions, please contact PCY at events@partnerforchildren.org or 510-830-4200, x1602. To learn more about PCY, please visit us at www.partnerforchildren.org.

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