Webinars

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PAST WEBINARS:

NAA Seeks Honorees for the 2018 Next Generation of Afterschool!
September 14, 12:00PM EDT

Do you know someone (or maybe it's you!) under age 30 who is doing amazing things for the afterschool community? Join us for a brief webinar that will explain more about NAA's 2018 Next Generation of Afterschool and the application and selection process.

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ExecutiveWebinar GraphicforWebWebinar: Leadership: It's Lonely at the Top

May 4, 2017 1:00PM EST
Let's face it - it's tough to be a leader. Managing staff conflicts, worrying about funding, struggling to build positive Board relationships - too often leaders feel that have no one they can turn to for ideas, support and encouragement. Join this webinar to discuss strategies to build your connections as a leader - both in your local community and in the broader field of afterschool.

This webinar is only available to Executive level members. To join or upgrade to the Executive level, click here

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ExecutiveWebinar GraphicforWebWebinar: Mastering Your Leadership Game

February 23, 2017 1:00PM EST
In the game of leadership are you playing to win or playing not to lose? Strong Afterschool Leaders lead Strong Teams who run Strong Programs that deliver positive results for children and youth. But how do you develop as a strong leader? What do you need to do? How do you need to be?

This webinar is only available to Executive level members. To join or upgrade to the Executive level, click here.

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ExecutiveWebinar GraphicforWebWebinar: Moving from Inspiration to Innovation in 2017

Resolve to make 2017 your most innovative year yet! As afterschool professionals we encourage children to be creative and innovative in their problem-solving, try new things, explore new possibilities and think big. But how often—as adult professionals—do we practice this ourselves?

This webinar is only available to Executive level members. To join or upgrade to the Executive level, click here.

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Using Data and Systems to Measure and Improve Youth Progress
October 18, 1:00 EST
Presented by Exponent Partners

Afterschool organizations are increasingly finding that tracking and managing data is crucial to improving programs, increasing organizational efficiency, and ensuring fidelity to your program model. Funders also are increasingly asking for proof, based on results and outcomes, that your work is making an impact. These complex data requirements necessitate processes and systems that help your staff collect and analyze data without taking them away from their work with youth for too long. Whether you are just getting started tracking data about your programs or looking to put a system in place, this webinar will cover how to formalize your processes for tracking data, use systems to analyze that data, and incorporate learnings into your programs. We’ll also hear a case study from Urban Initiatives about their data journey.

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ExecutiveWebinar GraphicforWebEffective Budgeting for your Afterschool Program
September 29, 1:00 EST
Presented by FMA

Effective budgeting is one of the key ways to ensure that your afterschool program is using your resources in the most strategic way and that your organization is financially sustainable into the future. This webinar offers many tips on budgeting and tips. This webinar is only available to Executive level members. To join or upgrade to the Executive level, click here

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15-Minute Webinar Series

April 2015
Engaging Youth in Langauge and Literacy.

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