Lights On Afterschool Future Leaders Town Hall to be held Oct. 24 at CCC

| October 15, 2019

Arizona Celebrates

Lights On Afterschool

 
Future Leaders Town Hall
“Strong Families Thriving Children”
Celebrating Lights On Afterschool on Oct 24th
 
 

All middle and high school youth are encouraged to attend!

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Organized by the Afterschool Alliance nationwide, Lights On Afterschool on October 24 is the only national celebration of afterschool programs. In partnership with Arizona Town Hall, local government, schools and nonprofit organizations, the Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) is hosting three statewide Future Leaders Town Hall (FLTH) events as part of this national celebration of Lights On Afterschool.
 
Future Leaders Town Halls aim to educate, engage, and empower youth to take action on important policy issues. This is a unique opportunity for students to gather and craft solutions that will change Arizona. 
 
REGISTER YOUR YOUTH GROUP NOW!
 
 
CLICK ON YOUR LOCATION TO REGISTER:
 
 
 
(event times vary based on location. Click on the links for more info)
 
 
HELP MAKE THIS EVENT A SUCCESS!
 
Collaboration with the cities, their leaders, teachers and educational institutions is critical. Teachers, counselors and academic advisors can help encourage students to attend by offering class or extra credit for participation, incorporating FLTHs into curricula, arranging for transportation, disseminating information and participating in the process. Educators, administrators, and community and business leaders engage students in the discussion of “Strong Families Thriving Children” and the value of out-of-school time programming as a significant component.
 
Our combined efforts will help start this public awareness campaign in Arizona to increase support for afterschool, bringing the community together, and giving youth a voice on this important issue.
 
All middle and high school youth are encouraged to attend!
 
 
 
Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence
email | website | 602.734.5434

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