21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Update:
Last modified December 21, 2022
The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) program is the only federal funding stream dedicated to afterschool, summer, and expanded learning opportunities. In federal FY20222, $1.28 billion was appropriated for 21st CCLC, with New York receiving $93 million. The funding currently supports about 60,000 students in 370 communities by providing them with high-quality afterschool, summer, and expanded learning experiences. Click on the 21st CCLC Factsheet to learn more.
Join the Network for Youth Success in our I Love Afterschool Valentine's Campaign. Our goal is to increase awareness and celebrate the unbelievable benefits of the afterschool field on a statewide scale using individuals who represent, support, and/or participate in afterschool programs. How can you participate? 1) Print out the ""I love afterschool because..."" template by clicking on the link below. 2) Tell us why you love afterschool on your template! 3) Post your template on your own social media using #ILoveAfterschool2022, or by sending it to us at Alysha@NetworkForYouthSuccess.org and we will post it on your behalf! Remember if your picture includes children in them, be sure to have written consent from their parents, or legal guardians. Share the love and tell us why you love afterschool!newyorkstateafterschoolnet.box.com/.../5983hjan7b... ... See MoreSee Less
Join ACRES: Asking Purposeful Questions Cohort beginning Wednesday, February 1st!Afterschool Coaching for Reflective Educators in STEM (ACRES) is a series of professional development sessions delivered virtually that gives practitioners access to high-quality professional development. ACRES is a nationally acclaimed coaching program that builds knowledge so afterschool professionals can confidently facilitate STEAM experiences for youth. Attending Asking Purposeful Questions is a prerequisite to attend other topics in the series.COHORT INFORMATION Session dates: February 1st, 15th, and 22nd from 12:30-2:30 PM. Participants are expected to attend all three sessions to earn credit and get the full value from the session.This session will count for 6 total OCFS training hours. Trainer: Sara KobilkaCOST: No fee to register! Register today! Enter code NY201PQ at registration to be assigned to this session. ... See MoreSee Less
Sneak Peek At A Few Of Our 2023 Annual Conference Speakers! Register today to commit to growing yourself as a professional and bringing back information to share with your colleagues. It’s also a blast to bring a colleague and cover more content and sessions together. We’ll have more than 60 sessions across 7 concurrent workshop blocks, all to be announced in the coming weeks. See more on our website. What's In Store?2-days of engaging trainings towards 10 hours of OCFS creditsFun learning and connecting with after school practitioners and leaders from across New York!PLUS...AwardsVendorsDaily lunchRegister today at: networkforyouthsuccess.org/annual-conference/... See MoreSee Less