February 22-26, 2021
Despite a growing push for financial literacy classes to be offered in schools, many youths across the state still do not have access to the resources that they need to prepare them for the future. Savings Week aims to help bridge the gap by familiarizing youth of all ages with the financial literacy tools that will help them succeed. Professionals will lead workshops that cover a variety of topics like budgeting, financing education, investing, and more.
Deadline: Monday, March 1, 2021
At PSAYDN, we want to better understand the afterschool workforce to support professional growth, improve representation in advocacy efforts, and help to advance equity within the field.
With only five minutes of your time, you will help uncover trends and identify opportunities and gaps in the out-of-school time field that will inform new strategies.
We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges to OST programs in 2020 and to this day. In order to provide consistency in results for an OST landscape overview, we ask that you consider reflecting and responding to the questions in a pre-COVID-19 program setting. You will be able to provide feedback about OST during the pandemic at the end of the survey.
This survey should be completed by anyone who works with or on behalf of youth in out-of-school time.
Contact PSAYDN for additional questions regarding the survey.
PSAYDN has the opportunity through the STEM Next Opportunity Fund to provide free training and curriculum to interested afterschool programs. Contact PSAYDN for more information and to inform them of your interest in participating.
Engineering Mindsets with Girls @Home
Grades 4-8; one hour pre-recorded training; implement a minimum of eight lessons.
Engineering Mindsets with Technovation
Afterschool youth, specific girl and boy teams; one-hour training; 12-week curriculum to facilitate 2-3 hours per week for 3-4 months; access to Technovation resources; virtual coaching by Technovation; match with industry mentors through Technovation.
Engineering Mindsets with Televisa Foundation and TCLift
Middle school students; two 2-hour live virtual training; implement curriculum (25 hours total).
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