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Click here to check out the latest copy of The Y4Y Insider. New this month: listen to a "Voices From the Field" Podcast, Power in Numbers: Sharing Resource Among Rural 21st CCLC Sites, featuring Luis Bravo, Project Specialist for the Safe & Healthy Kids Department in the Office of Fresno county Superintendent of Schools in California, as he shares some of the practices that came out of his district's virtual learning experience that they will conitue, going forward.

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Approaches to Learning Webinar Series
Sept. 28 and 30, 1-3 p.m. ET
Join the U.S. Department of Education’s Y4Y Technical Assistance Team as we explore facilitation methods, structures and activities that provide a variety of pathways to increase student engagement and learning. Learn about Y4Y and other resources and become a pro at creating onsite and virtual learning environments.
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We have updated our College and Career Readiness course to Career Pathways for Students. In the new course, you'll hike through a forest of possibilities in the trades, the military, college and the workforce - paths that can lead students to successful careers they'll love. Check it out!

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2021 Summer Symposium Recordings

Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the 2021 Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant Program 2021 Summer Symposium! If you were unable to attend, or if there were some sessions that you just couldn't get to, recordings of the plenary and breakout Read more...

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Blog Posts


Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Antidote for a Scary Season? A Dose of Y4Y!

Heading into what’s traditionally flu season, your host organization is likely stepping up its safety practices to ensure a healthy winter. Throughout August, the U.S. Department of Education (the Department) ... read more

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

The Future’s Nothing to Be Afraid Of

We all know the stories well. Johnny Suburb studied philosophy at a New England liberal arts college, has $250,000 in student debt, and works delivering pizza because he isn’t qualified for a “professional” level ... read more

Professional Learning • Technical Assistance • Resources


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Professional Learning

  • For program leaders and staff at every level
  • Choose from a variety of formats, lengths and topics
  • Certificates of completion available for some offerings
  • Available 24/7 at no cost
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Technical Assistance

  • On-site or virtual — your schedule, your choice
  • Free and available to states and territories upon SEA request
  • Topics include those covered in Y4Y courses, among others
  • Quarterly Y4Y Showcase webinars on timely topics
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Resources

  • Time-saving customizable tools and templates
  • For staff trainers and for practitioners
  • Topical resource libraries and best practice kits
  • Selected links to useful external resources

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