Posts Tagged ‘webinar’

Meeting Invitation: Afterschool Marketing Webinar Thur 4/11/13 come join us!

Friday, April 5th, 2013

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Meeting Description:
Please join us on April 11th for the sixth in a series of webinars sponsored by the Northeast Networks Group, a collaboration among the Statewide Afterschool Networks (SANs) in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

Every afterschool program has goals. Maybe you need to increase your number of participants, increase parent involvement, engage school professionals on a different level, or engage the business community. You know the benefits of afterschool programming, but how do you communicate this information in a way that is meaningful to your particular audience. This webinar will focus on how you can streamline your marketing based on your goals.

Conference dial-in number: (712) 432-0075
Participant access code: 343808

Details:
Date: Thu, Apr 11, 2013
Time: 11:30 AM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Lynn Stanley

Presenter Information:
Lynn Stanley, LICSW is the Lead for the New Hampshire Afterschool Network coordinating advocacy and policy efforts that promote high-quality afterschool programming.  Lynn also serves as adjunct faculty for Hesser College and Rivier College. She provides on-going training to afterschool professionals through BOOST and to foster and adoptive parents through Granite State College’s Education and Training Partnership. She has 20 years of experience in social services including overseeing a school-based family resource center and 21st CCLC in New Hampshire.

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Webinar on the At-Risk Meal Program

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

Webinar on the At-Risk Meal ProgramTo register, please visit: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/2je00e864ipu

Background

By the time the school bell rings, children are often hungry – making it hard for them to be fully engaged in afterschool program activities. Afterschool programs have limited funds, which makes it difficult to serve food.

The At-Risk Afterschool Meal Program provides reimbursement funds for snacks or suppers served in afterschool programs located in low-income school districts. The At-Risk Meal Program is a program of the US Department of Agriculture and the NJ Department of Agriculture.


Webinar Information

What:
Learn what the At-Risk Meal Program is, how your program can participate, and how umbrella sponsorship works.

Who:
Afterschool program directors and staff from Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Salem Counties.

When:
Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 1:00 PM

To register, please visit:
https://cc.readytalk.com/r/2je00e864ipu

Audio will be provided through a telephone conference call.

 

Presenters

Emily Kilroy, NJSACC
Emily will give background and information on how to get started at your program.

Falynn Milligan, Food Bank of South Jersey
Falynn will discuss how the Food Bank can serve as an umbrella sponsor for programs in their service area.

Gerald Hodges, Boys & Girls Club of Gloucester County, Paulsboro Unit
Gerald will talk about his experiences on-the-ground with serving suppers through the Food Bank of South Jersey.

For any questions regarding this webinar, please contact Emily Kilroy at: ekilroy@njsacc.org or 908-301-6260

You are Invited to An Action Dialogue! Evidence-based Anti-Bullying Programs

Monday, January 14th, 2013

Registration is free but necessary.
Click here to register while space is still available.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Evidence-based Anti-Bullying Programs:
What We Can Learn from Finland

A conversation between Christina Salmivalli and Gil Noam

11:30am- 1pm Eastern, 10:30am – 12pm Central, 9:30am – 11am Mountain, 8:30am – 10am Pacific


New Directions for Youth Development
 recently published an issue entitled “Evidence-Based Bullying Prevention Programs for Children and Youth” with leading researchers, clinicians, and educators showcasing effective interventions against bullying. The issue was edited by Drs. Dagmar Strohmeier and Gil G. Noam.We are happy to invite you to a discussion with one of the authors, Professor Christina Salmivalli from the University of Turku in Finland. Dr. Salmivalli is one of the foremost experts in anti-bullying programs in schools. Her intervention, which highlights the importance of the bystanders, is used in the entire country of Finland and has shown to be very effective. Her methods are very rigorous (including randomized trials), and her experience training school staff is extensive. We can learn a great deal from her work and experiences in the United States. Given her leadership role in the field of bullying and bullying prevention, we decided to organize this webinar around her work and her contribution to New Directions for Youth Development.

In this 90-minute webinar Dr. Salmivalli and Dr. Gil Noam will conduct a dialogue about the topic and will invite webinar participants to ask questions and provide comments. Please join us for this important topic, especially at a time when all but one of the states in the U. S. have passed anti-bullying legislation and require a new way of thinking about the protection of children and adolescents in school and out-of-school time.

Panelists:

Christina Salmivalli is a professor of psychology at the University of Turku and director of the KiVa antibullying program.

Gil G. Noam is the Founder and Director of the Program in Education, Afterschool & Resiliency (PEAR) and Associate Professor at Harvard University and McLean Hospital.

Registration is free but necessary, so register today by clicking here. Our webinars fill up quickly, so please register right away. Also, please be sure to attend the webinar if you register. Though the webinar is free, if you sign up but do not attend the webinar, and fail to cancel your reservation within 24 hours, we must charge a $10 service fee to cover the costs associated with registration.

Panel presentations with PowerPoint will be audible and visible over the Internet. Panel discussion will be audible. Audience participation is conducted via chat. To see an example of the format, go to: www.pearweb.org/webinars/.

Miss a webinar? All of our webinars are available to view on demand, free of charge at: www.pearweb.org/webinars/, just click on the “archive” tab.

Contact Chloe Parsons at cparsons@mclean.harvard.edu with any questions.

Action Dialogue Webinar Series – This webinar is part of an ongoing joint webinar series co-sponsored by the University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development and PEAR – the Program in Education, Afterschool, and Resiliency at McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School. The webinars are designed as action dialogues with researchers and practitioners on current topics important to learning and development of young people. The webinars are partially supported by Jossey-Bass, an imprint of Wiley.

For information on purchasing the journal New Directions for Youth Development, please visit: www.pearweb.org/ndyd/