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Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Program Training & Technical Assistance

21st century community learning centers

Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Program

Title IV, Part B, of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

SAVE THE DATE!

 Supporting Career Readiness in Out-of-School Time Programs
May 20, 2021 at 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
 
 

Description: Academic and Career Planning doesn't stop when the school bell rings. In many ways, it is the time students spend out of the classroom that can provide some of the richest career readiness experiences! During the first half of this one-hour workshop, out-of-school time (OST) program leaders working with youth from grades K-12 will learn about career readiness initiatives in Wisconsin and suggested program activities for all ages. Out-of-school time program leaders working with high school students are invited to also stay for the second half of this workshop to get a deeper understanding of Wisconsin's career pathways and brainstorm how your program can support this valuable career readiness model!

Summary:

1:30 p.m. - 2 p.m. = Grades K-12, career readiness overview
2 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. = High school-specific with an opportunity for extended, individualized technical assistance
 

How to Participate:

Join using the links or number below!

Microsoft Teams Meeting
Join on your computer or mobile app
Or call in (audio only)
+1 608-620-9781,,876540154# United States, Madison
Phone Conference ID: 876 540 154#
 

 

 

Archived Training and Technical Assistance

18th Annual Conference for 21st CCLC Grantees - Sessions

On September 23rd and 24th 2019, the DPI hosted the 18th Annual Conference for Wisconsin's 21st CCLC Grantees. If you were unable to attend or missed a session but would like to review the material covered, please click on the titles below.


2019 New Grantee Orientation

On August 14th and 15th, DPI hosted a two-part series of webinars for new grantees. These webinars were a chance for those involved in developing and implementing the 21st CCLC grant for their school or community-based site to learn more about managing the grant and setting up and running an effective 21st CCLC program.

Webinar Descriptions:

Webinar 1: This session will present grantees with an overview of the grant requirements. This session is most relevant to those who are responsible for managing the grant, including meeting grant reporting requirements, providing fiscal oversight of the grant, and ensuring the grant is in compliance with all grant requirements. Webinar 1: 21st CCLC Grant Management: The Basics

Webinar 2: This session will focus on the day-to-day operations of a high quality 21st CCLC program and will feature tips from experienced grantees. This session is most relevant to those who are responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the grant. Webinar 2: You Got the Grant! Now What?


2019 Spring Training

On April 9 and 19, 2019 the DPI hosted its Spring Training for 21st CCLC Grantees. If you were unable to attend or missed a session but would like to review the material covered, please click on the titles below.


17th Annual Conference for 21st CCLC Grantees - Sessions

On October 1 and 2, 2018, the DPI hosted the 17th Annual Conference for 21st CCLC Grantees. If you were unable to attend or missed a session but would like to review the material covered, please click on the titles below.

October 1- Pre-Conference

October 2


Afterschool Snack Program Resource

The DPI School Nutrition team recently produced a webcast on the ins and outs of the Afterschool Snack Program. 21st CCLC grantees are strongly encouraged to view the webcast to learn more about the program and how to enroll, if they haven't already. The webcast provides a review of the eligibility requirements, reimbursement process, and how to create a reimbursable snack. View the Afterschool Snack presentation here!


Career and College Readiness Webinar

Facilitated by Foundations, Inc. trainers, this webinar introduces participants to what it means to support college and career readiness in an afterschool program. Learn how to support students ages 11 and up in building the capacity to identify, take, and complete the next steps to prepare for the college and career experiences they want to pursue. Explore examples of activities from actual college and career readiness programs and receive tips, strategies, and resources to help you plan and implement developmentally appropriate programming that equips youth for their future paths in higher education and work.
This link will access the webinar. Passcode: readiness.

For questions about this information, contact Alison Wineberg (608) 267-3751