Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — Register for the 2022 Conference today to get the best rates!

| August 2, 2022

School’s Out, Make It Count Conference
Early Bird Registration is now OPEN
Celebrating 30 years!
Phoenix Convention Center, October 22, 2022

 

 

Executive Director of Covering the Court, Jason Jamison, is hosting a workshop at our 30th Annual School’s Out Make It Count Out-of-School Time Conference to help you discover dynamic activities and table games for your program to keep kids active and engaged. Click on the image on the left to watch a short video!
 
Find more details about the conference at:

 

Thank you
STEMfinity
for being our
Track 101 Sponsor!
 
 
 

 

Track 101 Workshop:
You are the Difference! Why our Work in Out-of-School Time is so Important 101
 
Manuel Padia, Produce Positivity
 
During this session, we will use a series of optical illusions to discuss the important roles that we, as Out-of-School Time Professionals, play in the lives of our youth and participants. We will discuss working in collaboration with other groups, being “present” every day, how we help entire families and communities, and much more in a fun and interactive discussion! K-4, 5-8, 9-12. II, III, V. 

 

Big news! For a limited time, our Pathway to Accreditation, a supportive way for out-of-school time programs to cultivate quality and move toward state accreditation, is now FREE for DES licensed programs and only $100 to non-licensed programs. The Pathway to accreditation includes access to the Arizona Quality Standards for OST program, the online self-assessment tool, a quality coach, professional development for your team, and a network of support. Click the graphic to express your interest today! 

 

Three Great Opportunities to
Join the AzCASE team!

 

 

Resource Manager
The Training & Resource Manager is a key leadership position in the organization that will curate, develop and oversee a range of training, tools, curriculum and other resources to out-of-school time programs and professionals across the state. This position has an important role in advancing high-quality programs through increasing access to resources and effectively cultivating strategic partnerships to expand services.
 
The addition of the Training & Resource Manager is also an exciting part of AzCASE’s organizational growth and will be
integral to expanding services over the next three years in response to a significant increase in government funding.
 
The Training & Resource Manager is supervised by and works in collaboration with the Executive Director. The position may supervise staff, interns and/or consultants, and will collaborate with all staff, constituents, board members, volunteers, donors, funders and partner organizations. Read full description and apply HERE
 
Partnership Manager
The Partnerships Manager is a key leadership position in the organization that will oversee and implement AzCASE’s partnerships strategy. This position has an important role in creating a sustainability strategy, establishing the infrastructure needed to advance the strategy, and effectively cultivating strategic partnerships to expand services and attract believers. 
 
The addition of the Partnerships Manager is also an exciting part of AzCASE’s organizational growth and will be integral to expanding programs in response to a significant increase in government funding. 
 
The Partnerships Manager is supervised by the Executive Director and works in partnership with staff and board members. The position may supervise staff, interns and/or consultants, and will collaborate with all staff, constituents, volunteers, donors, funders and partner organizations. Read full description and apply HERE.
 
 
Americorp VISTA
Responsibilities:  Organize, promote and execute a series of Lights On Afterschool events to draw attention to the many ways afterschool programs support students by offering them opportunities to learn new things and discover new skills. Collaborate with network staff and network partners to support fund development and financial sustainability efforts. Coordinate AzCASE’s Million Girl Moonshot Equity Training with Grant Winners. Engage in the promotion, evaluation and sharing of resources around a wide variety of issues related to equal access, diversity and equity. Collaborate with network staff to hold a professional development conference with a special target of low income and tribal communities. Apply HERE.
 
Please update your records with our new address:
301 E Bethany Home Road,
Suite A222
Phoenix, AZ 85012

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