Come be apart of the conversation! Join us on Monday, January 9th, 2017 at the Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club for our first annual conference of Expanded Learning Time Professionals! Designed for afterschool front-line staff, site coordinators, program managers, agency directors and volunteers, to engage in hands-on and experiential adult learning. There will be 9 total CalSAC workshops available throughout the day for participants with a wide range of experience and interests. Think Out Loud is also a great opportunity to network with colleagues who can assist you in building your programs and meet new friends that share your interests and love of working with youth. We know by fostering connections among each other we can build a stronger network of support for our youth and families.
Full Schedule for the day is below, with half-day or full day options are available. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided to all. Full list of workshops and titles availble when you register, please select those you wish to attend. If multiple people from your organization wish to attend please contact us with questions, comments or concerns.
- 8:30am Breakfast and networking
- 9am-10am Keynote Speaker
- 10am-12noon Morning Session
- 12-12:45pm Lunch & networking
- 12:45-2:30pm Afternoon Session 1
- 2:45-4:30pm Afternoon Session 2
- 4:30-5:30pm Closing Session
For more information, please reach out to Director of Programs & Services, Allison Ambrozy at email@example.com or at (650)-347-9891 x 119
The first ever Think Out Loud is a FREE event, but we welcome donations of any amount to help us sustain the event. This event is made possible by the Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club host agency, and the California School Age Consortium (CalSAC) that will provide all the workshop content and facilitators.
Since 1982, the California School-Age Consortium (CalSAC) has worked to support and advance the out-of-school time field by connecting professionals, enhancing competency, and building community. More info can be found at www.calsac.org