The modern world for youth is very different than the environments most of us grew up in. Nowadays, social media is the number one avenue for children to be bullied… read more →
As you may know, our world is continuing to become more digital, and dangers like cyberbullying have increased drastically. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has exacerbated online bullying since millions of students were… read more →
This booklet encompasses the full array of services offered by Grand Canyon University for K-12 schools. It is a testament to GCU’s continuing commitment to serving not only schools, but the educators, students,… read more →
Valuable resource from Drugrehab.com, a free online resource that provides information about adolescent bullying, addiction, and mental health issues. A great tool to use in your programming, with your staff,… read more →
Elementary is Engineering has a blog post of quick tips and important pointers for programs searching for STEM funding! A variety of funders support STEM education initiatives. Many national corporations… read more →
“Youth Leading the Way: Service Learning and Civic Engagement in OST” presented by Franny Sharpe, Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence | Recorded April 13, 2017 | 48 minutes Service learning and… read more →
In this one hour webinar, participating programs will learn how to register for and navigate this powerful, reliable, and FREE online tool! Programs are encouraged to follow along with the online tool during the webinar and get started on their very first self-assessment. Whether you’re just getting started with the AzQSAT or need a refresher, don’t miss this training!
Join presenter Marge Pellegrino for an eye-opening webinar on how youth program staff can provide guidance and support to refugee youth, and help them to successfully adapt to life in their new country.