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Afterschool Links

These links provide more information on After School Opportunities:

  • National AfterSchool Association
    The National AfterSchool Association, formerly the National School-Age Care Alliance, was founded in 1987. It is a professional association with a membership component. The membership includes more than 7,000 practitioners, policy makers, and administrators representing all public, private, and community-based sectors of after-school and out-of-school time programs, as well as school-age and after-school programs on military bases, both domestic and international.

  • J.C. Penney AfterSchool
    The J.C. Penny Afterschool Fund is a non-profit organization that provided support the country's leading Afterschool child care providers and advocates. Through these relationships, the fund facilitates programs that positively impact children's chances for success.

  • AfterSchool Alliance -The Afterschool Alliance is a nonprofit public awareness and advocacy organization supported by a group of public, private and nonprofit entities working to ensure that all children and youth have access to afterschool programs by the year 2010.

  • The Family Strengthening Policy Center (FSPC) - this Web site is a clearinghouse of information and tools dedicated to family strengthening practices, programs and policy. It draws from the knowledge and expertise of a broad array of professionals from service providers to researchers to bring you the following resources:   
    • Policy briefs that highlight emerging and evaluated family strengthening practices, identify barriers to developing family centered policies for family success and suggest policy recommendations.
    • Policy updates
    • News from the field, announcements, funding opportunities
    • Resources and opportunities for engagement

  • 4-H AfterSchool is a national initiative that provides extraordinary learning opportunities to school-age youth in urban, suburban and rural communities across America.
Last Updated: 4/3/2012 10:24:01 AM

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