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…sustainability. Describe the process of applying for a 21st CCLC state request for proposal. Identify the key strategies for planning and designing a high-quality 21st CCLC program. Incorporate the key strategies and federal, state and local laws, regulations, and guidance into your 21st CCLC program plan and design Coaching My…Read More >
…Sustainability Related Course Content Strengthening Partnerships > Implementation Strategies Resources Assess Needs Training Starter Identifying Partners Creating a Program Elevator Pitch Memorandum of Understanding Template Honor Partners Training Starter Join the discussion board to share your ideas and ask questions. You must be logged in to your Y4Y account to participate. Questions?…Read More >
…sustainability a different way than our LEAs, in part due to their need for long-term financial viability. Through intensive financial stakeholder engagement, they are also able to engage a variety of community partners, which in turn give back to their youth through programming, volunteerism and hands-on experiences. Though the pressure…Read More >
…sustainability. There’s more to explore! Bookmark the Y4Y website so you can browse the menus whenever you have some free time. If you haven’t visited in a while, you’ll notice an updated look and other improvements. P.S. Happy New Year from the Y4Y Team!Read More >
…Are you a new 21st CCLC grantee looking for guidance on where to begin? Do you need tools and resources to help you plan and prepare a high-quality, out-of-school time (OST) program? Read More >
…sustainability. In this section, you’ll also get help to create a professional learning plan for your staff and stakeholder team, and integrate effective coaching techniques as you implement the plan. Trainings to Go support this important phase of implementation as you and your new partners prepare to walk off into…Read More >
…sustainability, wellness and solid training are built into the organization to handle these challenges seamlessly. With the goal of teaching kids to grow up healthy, sites each receive a budget of $3,000 for what they need most, whether that’s more nutritious food or space to move, for example. Lucky for…Read More >