PWRHRS RURAL AFTERSCHOOL CONFERENCE
November 13-15, 2019 | beaver creek, co
The PwrHrs Rural Afterschool Conference is a unique opportunity to connect, collaborate, and create. It will bring together a strong network of educators, organizations, and thought leaders to share information, gain expertise, and collectively build a roadmap to support the quality and sustainability of afterschool programming in our rural communities.
It will feature keynote presentations from experts in the field, participatory sessions, and integrative workshops led by The Grove Consultants International to provide all attendees with an actionable roadmap to take back to your community.
Early Bird Registration: $150 (until September 1, 2019)
General Registration: $200
Lodging, transportation and student registration rates are available. Click HERE for information.
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Each session has opportunities to learn and share on..
- Best Practices in Rural Afterschool
- The Power of Partnerships in Afterschool
- Sustainability: Providing for Generations
- Evaluating Afterschool: Striving for Quality
- Shared Learning & Collaboration for Innovation with The Grove Consultants
CALL FOR PRESENTERS
We are looking specifically for rural afterschool leaders, educators, program staff, partners, or stakeholders who can share their experiences, best practices, and expertise in the following areas:
- Best Practices in rural afterschool, especially in integrating technology, STEM, 21st Century Learning Centers
- Gender empowerment in afterschool
- Family engagement and dual generation approaches
- The Fifth Day and its impact on rural afterschool
- Private and public partnership in rural communities
Call For Presenter Applications have closed for the 2019 year. For more information contact Sara Amberg at email@example.com.
The Grove Consultants International will facilitate participants in graphically recorded workshops to share experiences, ideas, and problem-solving strategies around afterschool in rural communities. Participants will all contribute to creating a “roadmap” tool to support their work in their in-home communities after the conference.
2:00 – 5:00 PM | Pre-conference site visits to PwrHrs program location
5:00 PM | Welcome Reception & Keynote Presentation by Jodi Grant, Afterschool Alliance
8:00 AM | Continental Breakfast and Networking
8:30 AM | Opening Remarks
9:00 – 10:00 AM | General Session & Keynote Presentation by Carrie Morgridge, Morgridge Family Foundation
10:20 – 12:00 PM | Session Block 1
12:00 PM | Lunch & Keynote Presentation
1:15 – 2:45 PM | Session Block 2
3:00 – 4:30 PM | Session Block 3
4:30 – 5:30 PM | General Session: Heart Mapping for Rural Quilt
5:30 PM | Cocktails with Colorado Afterschool Association
8:00 AM | Continental Breakfast and Networking
8:30 – 9:30 AM | General Session & Keynote Presentation with Gina Warner, National Afterschool Association
9:30 – 10:45 AM | Session Block 4
10:45 AM – 12:00 PM | Final Collaborative Session with Grove
12:00 – 12:30 PM | Final Remarks
JODI GRANT, AFTERSCHOOL ALLIANCE
CARRIE MORGRIDGE, MORGRIDGE FAMILY FOUNDATION
Carrie and her husband John created Student Support Foundation, a national organization that inspires youth philanthropy. For the past decade they have celebrated and advanced the educator profession by creating mindSpark Learning. mindSpark Learning is focused on empowering educators to tackle the most challenging conditions in their schools through Design Thinking and other strategies.
Carrie speaks nationally to education advocacy forums, at poverty alleviation conferences, and many convenings, globally, that are philanthropically focused. She divides her time between Colorado and Florida. She and John have two children who both reside in Denver, Colorado.
GINA WARNER, NATIONAL AFTERSCHOOL ASSOCIATION
Call For Presenter Applications have closed for the 2019 year.
For more information contact Sara Amberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dana Scott, 21st Century Learning Centers, Colorado Department of Education
Dara Hessee, Colorado Health Foundation
Christi Griffith Bell, Tony Grampsas Youth Services
Nate Riggs, Colorado State University
Jennifer Harris, Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality
Jillian Luchner, Afterschool Alliance
Alexis Steines, Afterschool Alliance
Terry Torok, Lalela
Denny Sanford, Sanford Harmony
Jennifer Manhoff, AmeriCorps
YouthPower365 is a non-profit based in Eagle County, Colorado. The organization’s PwrHrs K-12 programming utilizes a strong partnership with Eagle County Schools, coupled with support from grants, individual donors, and local volunteers to provide quality afterschool and summer programming to thousands of young people each year.
Our mission to provide year-round extended learning that inspires, educates and empowers the youth and families of Eagle County from cradle to career-readiness.
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