Call for proposals is now open! Share your workshop or poster idea with us through October 17. We recommend reading through the Proposals Page prior to submitting your proposal. You can also watch a recording of our informational webinar about the proposal process and download our slides.
For exhibit information, download the Exhibit and Sponsorship Prospectus (including floor plan) to secure your spot today.
Join over 2,000 afterschool professionals for the largest gathering for learning and connecting in the afterschool field!
EXPLORE Washington, DC! EXPERIENCE learning and gain valuable new ideas! INNOVATE and share your successes in afterschool and summer programs! CONNECT with leaders and experts! CELEBRATE afterschool in our nation's capital!
We’ll dive into professional development and using storytelling as an advocacy tool.
Passionate Professionals. Afterschool professionals are the most passionate people we know. We’re committed to helping these professionals grow, and will deliver exceptional learning opportunities with workshops, receptions, and other opportunities to make new connections.
Powerful Stories. We all have a story – and it’s time to share yours. Storytelling is fundamentally human. Using storytelling techniques in your professional life can help others remember what you say, learn from what you do, or even inspire them to join your cause.
Afterschool for All Challenge. Hosted by the Afterschool Alliance, this annual event brings afterschool leaders and champions of all ages from communities across the nation to Capitol Hill to educate Congress about the afterschool programs that keep our kids safe, inspire them to learn, and help working families. Now more than ever, Congress needs to hear from us. Tell them about the critical importance of afterschool and out-of-school time programs.
Join us March 8-11, 2015 in Washington, DC.
Highlights from the 2014 NAA Convention | New York City
We had a blast at the 2014 convention blast in New York City! Over 2,200 attendees from across the country gathered to learn, network, and share.
The convention kicked off with special performances by Broadway stars. Google’s Jaime Casap gave a keynote presentation on the power and potential of the web, technology, and Google tools in education.
There was an abundance of learning and sharing with over 150 engaging workshop sessions, 20 poster presentations, and 10 Ignite sessions. We explored NYC with over 15 site visits to some of New York City’s top cultural landmarks, including the Statue of Liberty, the Met, and The Electric Company (among many others!).
Download the 2014 Program Book to see the full details of last year’s convention.
Click here to view more pictures from the 2014 NAA Convention.