The Special Kids Network (SKN) serves children and youth with special health care needs, by helping their families get the services and support these young people require to thrive in the community and develop to their full potential. The goal of this webinar is to ensure all children and youth are included in and have access to afterschool programs.
Learn how to convene a successful Lights On Afterschool event. Now more than ever, it is critically important to advocate for afterschool, out-of-school time and summer learning programs. Join Afterschool Alliance staff and program staff from around the commonwealth as they describe Lights On Afterschool event best practices – from the simple to the more complex.
Informing policymakers about the importance of afterschool, out-of-school time and summer learning is a major part of our work. Yet, we know that as non-profits we must be careful about what we say and what activities are appropriate. This webinar will teach you how to learn to differentiate between advocating and lobbying. Join Nikhil Pillai from Alliance for Justice as he reviews the criteria involved in making the case for an issue without running into legal trouble.
Join us as we learn the basics of EITC. This program offers tax credits to eligible businesses contributing to a Scholarship Organization, an Educational Improvement Organization, and/or a Pre-Kindergarten Scholarship Organization. Educational Improvement Organizations (EIO) offer innovative educational programming to public school students in Grades K-12. Learn whether this is a funding opportunity for your program. Our presenter is James O’Donnell, Director, Tax Credit Division, Center for Business Financing, Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.
Learn how to support family engagement in STEM learning in your out-of-school time program, build better understanding of strategies for connecting families and STEM, and decide on an approach that works best for you.
Understand the process of science to become better facilitators of fun, open-ended science. Workshop offered by the Franklin Institute in partnership with PSAYDN.