News & Events
Caroline Allen, PSAYDN Coordinator, is one of the sixteen leaders in the afterschool and expanded learning fields nationwide selected as a White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellow as part of a partnership between the Riley Institute at Furman University and the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. Through discussion of actual case studies led by policy change-makers, the Fellowship equips graduates with a real-world understanding of the art and science of policy-making for afterschool and expanded learning. During the 10-month program, which begins in October, fellows will study afterschool and expanded learning policy, and develop state-level policy plans in partnership with their statewide afterschool networks and the national Afterschool Alliance. More
September 17, 2014
During a dynamic networking session PSAYDN's current work and accomplishments will be shared and national and state experts of out-of-school time and youth development will present a federal outlook of PSAYDN's core areas. Also learn more in workshops about specific projects underway at the state and national levels. More Information & Register
STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) represents a broad category that includes critical activities and outcomes for OST staff and students. Quality STEM programming can enhance students’ academic achievement, skill development, career access and life-long STEM literacy.