WORKSHOP STRAND SPONSORS

2019 Workshop Strand Sponsors  

 

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The California AfterSchool Network's (CAN) purpose is to increase access to high-quality out-of-school time programs that support success for all children and youth. Their mission is to provide professionals, advocates, and community members the tools and resources necessary to build high-quality out-of-school time programs in California, and for California to boast an abundance of high-quality out-of-school time opportunities that enable children and youth to maximize their potential. CAN will be presenting a workshop strand each day throughout the BOOST Conference. https://www.afterschoolnetwork.org

 

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The Clare Rose Foundation, a non-profit Philanthropy, Voluntarism, and Grantmaking organization, is passionate about Creative Youth Development (CYD) and is sponsoring a workshop strand entitled, "The Rise of CYD." They will present a variety of workshops throughout the conference geared toward advancing creative skill-building, expression, and imagination to encourage principals of positive youth development. Topics covered include program leadership and development, partnerships and collaboration, pedagogy and practice, youth leadership, storytelling, social justice, and other pertinent topics.  

 

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The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is the second largest school district in the nation, enrolling over 640,000 students in grades K-12 in over 900 schools. They are constantly working to develop their staff and programs to better serve students in the region. LAUSD believes in mutual respect, equity, access, and collaboration, and has high expectations of all students, parents, staff, and administration to contribute to the excellence of the community and environment. LAUSD will present a workshop strand each day throughout the BOOST Conference. https://achieve.lausd.net/

 

Summer Matters: Building and Sustaining a Great Summer Program

 

The workshops will cover a variety of topics related to planning, improving, funding and building partnerships for summer programs.  It will include examples and presentations from summer programs that have focused on program quality over the past 2 summers as well as latest research and tools from the National Summer Learning Association and Partnership for Children and Youth.  

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