Partnership for After School Education (PASE)

Contact Information:

120 Broadway Suite 230
New York, NY, 10271

(212) 571-2664
eoconnell@pasesetter.org
(Ellen O'Connell)

Borough(s):

Manhattan

The Partnership for After School Education (PASE) is a child-focused organization that promotes and supports quality afterschool programs, particularly those serving young people from underserved communities. To accomplish its mission, PASE provides expert training and management support to increase program effectiveness and efficiency, facilitates communication among providers to improve service delivery, convenes diverse groups of stakeholders to develop consensus on priorities and best practices, and connects influential thought leaders to help advance the field. Created in 1993 in response to needs identified by service providers, funders, researchers, and other afterschool leaders, PASE has become innovative pioneer in the development and advancement of the afterschool field and a trusted resource in helping providers deliver consistent, high-quality programming.

 

 

Upcoming Trainings

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Am I Normal?” Talking about Puberty with Confidence

Free10:00am - 1:00pm

Am I Normal?” Talking about Puberty with ConfidenceLearn the basic information on the stages of puberty so you are better able to share healthy and accurate messages when the topic arises. At the end of this training, participants will be able...

PASE Explorers: Exploring and Sharing Your Community Story through Projects and Technology

Free9:00am - 1:00pm

PASE Explorers: Exploring and Sharing Your Community Story through Projects and TechnologyLooking for inspiration for your program? PASE Explorers is a great way to expand your programming and offer something new and fun for upper elementary youth....

Shame-Free Sex Ed: Undoing Stigma and Promoting Healthy Messages

Free10:00am - 1:00pm

Shame-Free Sex Ed: Undoing Stigma and Promoting Healthy MessagesHow can we undo stigmas and promote healthy messages about sexuality topics with youth? Sexuality educators often hear a variety of stigmatizing comments about sexuality topics from...
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