Fellowship Voices in the Field

A goal of The National Afterschool Matters Fellowship is to engage fellows in the preparation and writing of briefing papers, workshops, curricula, and articles for professional publication. Recent works include:

 

    • How to Redefine Structured After-school Activities So Kids Will Be Engaged
      by Omid Amini in Youth Today Read here>>

 

    • The Story of a Goose: Creating an Afterschool Culture That Matters!
      by Sonia Toledo in Youth Today Read here>>

 

    • A Holistic Approach to OST Staff Development
      by Mike Waters in Youth Today Read here>>

 

    • The Language of Spaces
      by Devan Blackwell in Youth Today Read here>>

 

    • Continuum of Professional Development Should Target Needs, Develop Talents
      by Mike Waters in Youth Today Read here>>

 

    • Teaching our Children the Truth to Self-Love
      by Sonia Toledo in Fractus Learning Read here>>

 

    • Medical Needs in After-school Programs: What Would You Do?
      by Ashley Peters in Youth Today Read here>>

 

    • The Plague of the Broken Crayons and the Heads That Haunted Us
      by Sara Cole in Afterschool Matters Journal Read here>>

 

    • Detroit’s Kids Deserve After-school Programs
      by Kim Newberry in The Detroit News Read here>>

 

    • Professional Development in Out-of-School Time - A Case Study in Maine
      by Pamela Prevost in Youth Today OST Hub Read here>>

 

    • The Massachusetts Promise Fellowship: Building a Community of Practice Founded on Social Justice Principles
      by Cecelia Auditore in Youth Today OST Hub Read here>>/a>

 

    • 4 Powerful Tips To Keep After-School Children Engaged and Focused
      by Sonia Toledo in Fractus Learning Read here>>
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