Partnership for After School Education (PASE)

Contact Information:

120 Broadway Suite 230
New York, NY, 10271

(212) 571-2664
eoconnell@pasesetter.org
(Ellen O'Connell)

Borough(s):

Manhattan

The Partnership for After School Education (PASE) is a child-focused organization that promotes and supports quality afterschool programs, particularly those serving young people from underserved communities. To accomplish its mission, PASE provides expert training and management support to increase program effectiveness and efficiency, facilitates communication among providers to improve service delivery, convenes diverse groups of stakeholders to develop consensus on priorities and best practices, and connects influential thought leaders to help advance the field. Created in 1993 in response to needs identified by service providers, funders, researchers, and other afterschool leaders, PASE has become innovative pioneer in the development and advancement of the afterschool field and a trusted resource in helping providers deliver consistent, high-quality programming.

 

 

Upcoming Trainings

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Foundational Series for Line Staff: Behavior Management

Free10:00am - 1:00pm

Foundational Series for Line Staff: Behavior Management To successfully manage groups, practitioners need to understand the underlying causes of common behavior problems. In this foundational workshop, participants will explore these causes,...

College Transfer: A Strategic Approach

Free10:00am - 1:00pm

College Transfer: A Strategic ApproachThis session will explore how afterschool providers can promote the college transfer process as a strategic approach to post-secondary education for their students.Participants will learn how to assist youth in...

Connecting CBOs and Higher Ed – A College Forum and Fair

Free9:00am - 1:00pm

Connecting CBOs and Higher Ed – A College Forum and FairA citywide forum and fair for staff of New York City community-based, afterschool and college prep programs working with low-income, historically underrepresented, and first generation...
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