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January 2020

#ILoveAfterschool2020

January 14 @ 8:00 am - February 14 @ 5:00 pm

Join the Network for Youth Success on our I Love Afterschool Valentine's Campaign. Our goal is to increase awareness about the unblieveable benefits of the afterschool field on a statewide scale using individuals who represent, support, or participate in afterschool programs. We ask you to print out the "I love afterschool because..." template and tell us why you love afterschool by posting it on your own social media using #ILoveAfterschool2020, or by sending it to us at Capacity@NetworkForYouthSuccess.org and allowing…

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Front Line Training: Strategies to Create a Positive Routine

January 30 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
New York State Network for Youth Success Office, 415
Troy, NY 12180
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Join Karen Parlapiano for a front line training on Strategies to Create a Positive Routine that covers OCFS areas 1, 3, and 4. Description Trouble getting from A to B? Want to get a group together quickly and safely? Can't get kids to switch gears? Learn some simple and effective strategies to create easier transitions for both students and staff. Using verbal, visual and sound cues you will learn how to get them from "here" to "there" with less stress!  Make these…

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February 2020

Front Line Training: Outdoor Direct and Competent Outdoor Supervision

February 12 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Troy BGC, 1700 7th Ave
Troy, NY 12180
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Join Breya Broddie for a front line training on Outdoor Direct and Competent Outdoor Supervision that covers OCFS areas 3, 4, and 7. Decription  In this training we will discuss the importance of effective supervision in outdoor spaces. We review the regulations,as well as common areas of concern while supervising outdoor activities. We will end by brainstorming solutions to your supervision issues. Policies ◆ This training is offered to you at no cost through funds from the Capital Region Expanded…

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March 2020

Director Training: Staggering Science – How to Engage your Student

March 4 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Albany, 340 Whitehall Road
Albany, NY 12208
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Join Margaret Liberti for a Director Training on how to engage your students using STEM practices. Covers OCFS area 1 and 3. Staggering Science. A scary thought? Or an exhilarating thought? Learn techniques on how to engage your students in STEM curriculum without fear. Tips for helping students to overcome their own fears and engagement of yourself and students will be the main focus. Policies ◆ This training is offered to you at no cost through funds from the Capital…

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CRELO Legislative Breakfast

March 6 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Greenbush YMCA, 20 Community Way
East Greenbush, NY 12061
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The New York State Network for Youth Success, in partnership with one of our 15 Regional Networks, Capital Region Expanded Learning Opportunities (CRELO), would like to invite you to our annual CRELO Legislative Breakfast. This event aims to bring together policymakers, afterschool professionals, and other stakeholders like yourself to highlight the importance, and the impact expanded learning has on youth, families, and communities in the Capital Region.  

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School’s Out, Make it Count! 2020

March 20 @ 8:00 am - March 21 @ 5:00 pm
Hilton Garden Inn-Troy, 235 Hoosick Street
Troy, 12180 United States
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$115 – $275

Join us in the heart of Troy, NY for our 2020 Annual Conference! Click link to register.

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May 2020

Director Training: Effective Communication

May 7 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Albany BGC, 21 Delaware Ave.
Albany, NY 12208
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Join Ishmael Morton for a Director Training on Effective Communication covering OCFS areas 3 and 4. This training will be an open forum to discuss issues, barriers, and success stories regarding professional communication. Participants will gain tools to effectively handle communication, and difficult conversations with families, staff, school personnel, and community partners in a professional manner. They will also gain a better idea of reframing conflict, advocating and managing these scenarios to improve their program and reach their organizational goals.…

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