Ready by 21 National Meeting
It's time to once again come together to share our experiences, to learn from each other and to hear new ideas - at the second annual Ready by 21 National Meeting.
The National Meeting will bring together hundreds of leaders from all over the country who dedicate themselves to improving the odds for children and youth through collective impact initiatives, policy alignment and program quality improvement. You'll hear about research, experiences and strategies for creating change and measuring impact in programs, communities and states. You'll learn how leaders have:
Adopted Standards for creating effective change.
Implemented Solutions to achieve goals.
Achieved Success that can be measured.
Look for more information in the coming weeks through emails and on the Ready by 21 National Meeting website.
When & Where: March 11-13, Atlanta.
Positive Outcomes for At-Risk Children and Youth
Registration is open for the inaugural Georgetown Public Policy Institute LEAD Conference (Leadership. Evidence. Analysis. Debate.) which brings together experts and key stakeholders to examine a particular policy challenge and to discuss solutions. This year's theme is "Positive Outcomes for At-Risk Children and Youth: Improving Lives Through Practice and System Reform." The event is presented by the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform, Georgetown University and the Georgetown Public Policy Institute.
Forum CEO Karen Pittman will moderate the Models of Progress panel, about innovative community collaboration, policies and leadership that have promoted a comprehensive approach to meeting the needs of at-risk children and youth.
When: Jan. 24-25, Washington, D.C.
Find out more here.
Training to Improve Afterschool Delivery
Want to learn how to train your afterschool staff to increase the quality of their work? The Forum's David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality offers its Youth Work Methods Training of Trainers, which prepares participants to lead professional development workshops for site-based staff.
Feb. 27-March 1, plus online training.
Read about this training here, and register here by Jan. 11.