Assuming grants is required, the following results were found.

  • $1.8 Million in Grants Available for Out-of-School Time Programs

    the availability of grant funds to support children’s health through park and recreation out-of-school time programs. Grants are for a one-year period and are expected to range from $25,000 to $35,000 with additional nutrition literacy materials...

    https://naaweb.org/professional-development/item/118-1-8-million-in-grants-available-for-out-of-school-time-programs
  • Aim High: Grants Support Middle School Youth

    Thinking about how to support middle school out-of-school time? The New York Life Foundation has opened a new Aim High grant opportunity focused on middle school. Aim High will provide $1.95 million over three years to middle school afterschool, summer...

    https://naaweb.org/news/item/620-aim-high-grants-support-middle-school-youth
  • Diversifying: The Key for Longevity of Afterschool Programs

    A strategic, forward-thinking grants management plan is an essential part of maintaining and growing a long-lasting and impactful afterschool program. The key to creating a successful grants management plan is making the best possible use of funds to...

    https://naaweb.org/professional-development/item/1258-diversifying-the-key-for-longevity-of-afterschool-programs
  • Funding the Future: Aim Higher!

    for more funding for professional development, programming or evaluation? The New York Life Foundation is awarding 26 grants—10 of them newly focused on professional development—to out-of-school time programs serving disadvantaged middle school youth...

    https://naaweb.org/professional-development/item/1010-funding-the-future-aim-higher-2
  • Funding the Future: Aim Higher!

    for more funding for professional development, programming or evaluation? The New York Life Foundation is awarding 26 grants—10 of them newly focused on professional development—to out-of-school time programs serving disadvantaged middle school youth...

    https://naaweb.org/executive-extra/item/1006-funding-the-future-aim-higher
  • Influencing Afterschool and Out-of-School Time

    already stringent licensing regulations, through professional development opportunities and educator scholarships. Grants for program planning and durable goods are also offered, with preference given to those programs that serve children with high risk...

    https://naaweb.org/about-us/awards-recognition/item/542-influencing-afterschool-and-out-of-school-time
  • Influencing Afterschool and Out-of-School Time

    already stringent licensing regulations, through professional development opportunities and educator scholarships. Grants for program planning and durable goods are also offered, with preference given to those programs that serve children with high risk...

    https://naaweb.org/most-influential-in-gvmt
  • Are You SEL-Ready for September?

    attitudes toward self and others. Photo courtesy of kid-grit. Creekside JHS, 2019 A few helpful tips: Research and identify grants focused on SEL and youth development. ASES, 21st Century Grant, MOTT Foundation, Wallace Foundation, state-wide grants,...

    https://naaweb.org/professional-development/item/1472-are-you-sel-ready-for-september
  • Creative Approaches

    we tried to include training wherever possible when fundraising. Two strategies took root: We sought out capacity building grants from funders like our local arts council that we could use to build our internal knowledge base—especially useful for...

    https://naaweb.org/professional-development/item/1225-creative-approaches
  • Out-of-School Time and Social and Emotional Learning: A Federal Policy and Funding Review

    that meet the holistic needs of children, families and communities. Title IV Student Support and Academic Enrichment (SSAE) Grants: The proposed $1.3 billion marks an increase of $150 million above the 2019 level. SSAE funds, established under the Every...

    https://naaweb.org/professional-development/item/1182-out-of-school-time-and-social-and-emotional-learning-a-federal-policy-and-funding-review
  • Ebony Grace

    I served as an Education Program Development Specialist with the New Jersey Department of Education(NJDOE), primarily as a grants program and fiscal officer for the Even Start Family Literacy Programs and the 21st Century Community Learning Centers...

    https://naaweb.org/naa-board-candidates/item/1104-ebony-grace
  • NAA’s Next Generation of Afterschool Leaders 2019

    to the children we work with. When we work together, we're also a lot stronger than we are by ourselves. Samira Ford | Grants and Fellowships Consultant, Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania I spent much of my career working in North...

    https://naaweb.org/nextgens
  • 4 Tips for Afterschool Program Cultivation

    boundaries. Form lasting partnerships within the community. Many afterschool programs are able to supplement 21CCLC grants by forming and maintaining partnerships with local businesses, parents and sometimes prominent local families. With businesses...

    https://naaweb.org/professional-development/item/939-4-tips-for-afterschool-program-cultivation
  • Access Technology and Devices

    children’s skills in using technology. The Afterschool Alliance has compiled several resources to help you prospect for grants, including a guide to STEM funding and an comprehensive list of funding sources for STEM Education Grants. To view these...

    https://naaweb.org/toolkit-access-technology-devices
  • A Closer Look at Cross-Sector Collaborations for Education

    directors of the overall effort. When it came to garnering funding, the initiatives relied on foundation or government grants or on special initiative funding from a public governmental source. Three strategies were implemented for financial security:...

    https://naaweb.org/professional-development/item/1399-a-closer-look-at-cross-sector-collaborations-for-education
  • NAA’s Next Generation of Afterschool Leaders 2020

    Assistant, I had a short period of time to learn, but that did not stop me from adapting to site changes, tackling new grants, and creating relationships within the school and with my new team. Alongside the Community School Director, I was able to help...

    https://naaweb.org/naas-next-generation-of-afterschool-leaders-2020
  • OST Program Benefits to Share Now

    six benefits of OST programs to help you start your brainstorming and a bonus guide to creating a successful educational grants management plan for your afterschool program, to help plan for your program's future. Written by Phillip Smith, Brand Manager...

    https://naaweb.org/professional-development/item/1302-ost-program-benefits-to-share-now
  • Session Preview

    pain! And, we’ve learned a thing or two along the way. In this workshop participants will gain tips and tools for writing grants that get funded, as well as insight on where to look for funding streams. You will leave brimming with ideas and excited to...

    https://naaweb.org/session-preview
  • Saucony Run for Good Foundation Invites Applications for Youth Running Programs

    past three decades. To that end, Saucony is inviting proposals aimed at helping run down the childhood obesity epidemic. Grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded to community-based nonprofit organizations that initiate and support running programs for...

    https://naaweb.org/professional-development/item/1189-saucony-run-for-good-foundation-invites-applications-for-youth-running-programs
  • Sharing a Passion for Afterschool

    in Lewisville, Texas, through the end of its cycle, to my current role at HCDE as a Program Coordinator that provides grants to nonprofit organizations throughout the City of Houston, every day has been a pleasure that keeps me wanting to do more."...

    https://naaweb.org/articles/item/1047-sharing-a-passion-for-afterschool-2

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