Online Professional Learning and
Technical Assistance for
21st Century Community Learning Centers

April 2020 New Leaders Academy

Are you a new 21st CCLC grantee looking for guidance on where to begin? Does your existing program need tools and resources to help you plan and prepare a high-quality, out-of-school time program?

The U.S. Department of Education’s Y4Y Technical Assistance Team will present a series of four webinars to support new program leaders. The webinars will present a logical process to design and develop a high-quality program. In each session, you’ll hear directly from experienced program leaders who’ve designed successful, high-quality 21st CCLC programs. Leaders will speak to the benefits of using an implementation planning tool to guide program development, and you’ll get planning tools along with tips and advice from fellow practitioners. Participants will have opportunities to engage in intersession exploration and receive guidance and answers to questions.

Don't forget to visit the New Leaders Academy discussion board here to download any tools!

New Leaders Academy Webinar #1 - Everything 21st CCLC!

New Leaders Academy Webinar #2 - Help! How Do I Manage All These Moving Parts?

New Leaders Academy Webinar #3 - Dig Into the Basics

New Leaders Academy Webinar #4 - Intentional Activity Design is Key to Student Outcomes

Please Note: A Certificate of Participation is only available to those who participated in the live events. Certificates will not be issued to those who view the recordings.

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