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APOST Virtual Summer Conference for Out-of-School Time 2021 RFP 


The APOST Virtual Summer Conference for Out-of-School Time is scheduled for mid-June! We’re planning to offer a week of professional development starting Monday, June 14th with opportunities each day to get you prepared for summer programming! But we need help from you to pull it off. If you have relevant and engaging content on returning to safe in-person programming, recruitment & retention, engaging virtual programming, equity, or trauma-informed care and social emotional learning, fill out our simple RFP and share your expertise and experience with out-of-school time providers across southwestern PA!
 
This conference targets youth workers in out-of-school time and summer settings. This includes front line staff, program managers, executive directors, mentors, etc. We are looking for individuals with a depth of experience and expertise that will help those working in out-of-school time settings successfully navigate the challenges they will face this summer and beyond. 
 
Fill out the RFP here!
 
*Selected workshop presenters will receive a stipend for their time and expertise.


Gain Staging...What do you Gain? 

 
On Thursday, April 15th, 25th Carrick Ave will host “Gain Staging for Beginners.”
 
Gain staging is a simple process of measuring and adjusting the level of your sound, so you come through loud and clear in the mix.

You will come away with a new skill you can use right away to get better sound.
And we will help you avoid disastrous mistakes that can ruin a whole video shoot or performance.

Stay in the flow! Learn gain staging the right way. Register here!


Personalized Learning^2 Survey


Personalized Learning^2 is a joint initiative between LearnLab at Carnegie Mellon University, The Center For Urban Education at the University of Pittsburgh and Remake Learning sponsored by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Their mission is to bridge opportunity gaps and improve math mentoring, tutoring and learning in the Greater Pittsburgh region. You can find out more about Personalized Learning^2 at personalizedlearning2.org
 
PL^2 would like to learn more about your organization to determine how they can best serve the needs of the community. Fill out the survey here!

 
Grants
 
Teaching Tolerance: Grants that educate youth to thrive in a diverse democracy. Deadline: Rolling
Book Bank: New and donated books and resources. Deadline: Rolling. 
Pittsburgh Foundation: is establishing an emergency action fund for nonprofits. More info to come as they release details. Deadline: TBD
Emergency Fund for Artists: potential $500 support from GPAC for artists at a loss of income due to coronavirus. More emergency arts funding resources here. Deadline: Rolling
Peace First: $250 grants to youth 13-25 for projects developed to address community response to COIVD-19. Deadline: Rolling
Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Artist and Administration Support Small Grants: $250 grants. Deadline: Ongoing 
Youth-Led COVID-19 Human Services Initiative Grants: $2,500-$10,000 grants. Deadline: Ongoing 
Trans Community Support During COVID Crisis Grants: Up to $10,000 grants. Deadline: Ongoing
Girls and Gender Expansive Youth of Color Support Grants: Up to $25,000 grants. Deadline: Ongoing
Social Justice Grassroots Organization Support During COVID Crisis Grants: About $1,000 grants. Deadline: Ongoing 

Health Resources for Children and Families

 
Community Health Department at UPMC's Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh has a list of health resources for children and families.
 
Check them out here!

 
 

APOST Upcoming PD Offerings 

 

Check out upcoming PD offerings here!

Employment Opportunities


YMCA: STEAM Program Instructor 

YMCA: Summer Camp Day Counselor 

YMCA: Program Director 

Environmental Charter School: Environmental Charter School Careers 

YMCA Lighthouse Project: Teaching Artist

YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh: STEAM Program Coordinator 

Manchester Bidwell Corporation: Teaching Artist Design Arts 

Assemble Pittsburgh: Teacher 

Learn Fresh: Program Leader 

Fred Rogers Center: Senior Program Associate 

Lawrenceville United: Community Organizer 

Common Threads: Chef instructor (Part-time/Per Diem) 

BASE: Program Manager

Boys and Girls Clubs: Scott Primary Clubhouse Director/Literacy Director

Boys and Girls Clubs: Robotics and AI Program Manager

Rankin Christian Center: Summer Camp Coordinator 

Venture Outdoors: Outdoor Educator 

Venture Outdoors: Kayak Pittsburgh Attendant 


To post jobs in this section, please contact Jaron Paul, Tanya Baronti, or Damon Bethea.

 
You Decide

Summer Engineering Experience (SEE) for Girls 
 
Carnegie Mellon University College of Engineering will host the Summer Engineering Experience (SEE) camp virtually in July 2021. Through funding and support provided by the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Technology Alliance, Qualcomm, Bosch, and Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering this is a free program.
 
The camp will run from approximately 9:00 – 1:30 each day, featuring a combination of lectures, group worktime, independent making activities, and facilitated special projects. It is critical that all attendees have ready access to a computer (Mac or PC – even smartphones will work) and a reliable internet connection. While much of the content will rely on online systems like Canvas and Zoom, not all time will be spent at the computer. With discussions and demonstrations from CMU faculty, staff, and students, SEE attendees will explore Engineering in a variety of disciplines, in addition to creating and showcasing their own projects in a presentation at the end of the week.
 
Space is limited. Interested applicants must apply by April 30, 2021. All application materials should be returned to me electronically at mfahey@andrew.cmu.edu. Visit the SEE website for more information.
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