The update is highlighted in the latest version of the timeline. fy15-time-line-04-13-2015
21st Century Grantees:
Join this free webinar on how to mobilize parents and local resources for your site! Join Y4Y on April 7 as they look at how parent-community advisory boards can deepen family and community engagement for 21st CCLC programs. This virtual event will be a webinar and panel discussion with experienced out-of-school time staff. A Q & A will follow.
Y4Y Panel Discussion on Creating Parent-Community Advisory Boards
Date: Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time
Don’t miss this chance to learn how to mobilize parents and local resources for your site! Join Y4Y on April 7 as we look at how parent-community advisory boards can deepen family and community engagement for 21st CCLC programs.
This virtual event will be a webinar and panel discussion with experienced out-of-school time staff. A Q & A will follow.
• Lynn Malinoff, Eastern Michigan University, Bright Futures 21st CCLC Programs, Ypsilanti, Michigan
• Cynthia Okazaki, Parents and Children Together (PACT), Kaneohe Community Family Center (KCFC), Kaneohe, HI
• Lea Ann Johnson, Lincoln Community Learning Centers, Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln, Nebraska
Y4Y trainers will highlight Y4Y tools and resources that can help with setting up and maintaining an advisory board. Register to get tips and strategies from your colleagues across the nation.
If you work in an out-of-school time (OST) setting, you know that measuring program quality is becoming increasingly important. Many OST professionals find it beneficial to tap into the perspectives of young people to help them with planning, and to make the most of what’s working in their programs.
Join us for Just Ask Them: Engaging Young People to Strengthen Out-of-School Time Program Quality, a no-cost webinar on Wednesday, April 8th, 2015, 12PM – 1PM, CDT. During the webinar, participants will learn
•What youth voice is and why it matters
•Practical ways to cultivate youth voice and perspectives
•How Search Institute’s new Youth and Program Strengths (YAPS) Survey will help you measure the quality of your program
This webinar will feature Kent Pekel, Ed.D., President and CEO of Search Institute; Jenna Sethi, Ph.D., Research Associate; and Justin Roskopf, Senior Survey Specialist.
Go to the Search Institute website at http://www.search-institute.org/blog/out-of-school-time-program-quality-webinar to register,
The March 27th New Applicant Training will be held at Rio Grande University at Bob Evans Farm Hall, Room 205. Participants do not need to bring laptops.
Here is an update to the location of the March 16, 2015 Southwest Brown Bag
March 16, 2015
(Optional) Southwest Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan
Regional 21st Century Community Learning Centers Fiscal Year 2016 New Applicant Training: From 10:00 am – 12:00 pm at:
University of Cincinnati/Edwards One, Room 2115, Cincinnati, OH 45221. Participants can park in the Corry Garage at 51 W. Corry Blvd.
Overview of the CCIP system and the process of working and submitting the grant application. Register for this training via STARS.
There has been an update to the 21st CCLC Timeline. The date of the Central Ohio Brown Bag has been changed to Tuesday, April 14, 2015.
The entire timeline with the change may be viewed here:fy15-time-line-02-26-2015
Photos from the Statewide Expanded Learning Summit have been posted on the “Program Share” page. The planning committee looks forward to seeing everyone again next year. Best wishes for a successful remainder of the program year!