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Simple Interactions Leadership Program

Are you looking for an advanced professional development opportunity just for youth workers in out-of-school time settings?  Allegheny Partners for Out-of-School Time (APOST) and the University of Pittsburgh School of Education are partnering to bring you the Simple Interactions Leadership Program (SILP).  This special six-week experience will help you identify ways to increase your interactions with youth in OST settings and positively support the social and emotional well-being of the youth you serve.  Only 12 participants will be accepted to this cohort. We seek individuals that work either part-time or full-time in out-of-school time settings within Allegheny County.  Each applicant should be able to commit to the six-week course, including a final presentation. Participants will receive $200 for full participation in the program.

Application Information 
Apply using this link: http://bit.ly/2O2Ur48.  January 24, 2020 is the last day for applications to be submitted and received for full consideration. 

This Week: The Afterschool Bookshelf
APOST's Afterschool Bookshelf is a book club that provides an opportunity specifically for youth providers to connect around relevant issues pertinent to their work. This Thursday from 10:30AM-12:30PM, please join us at the Homewood Library for a discussion on education issues explored in the book "We Want to Do More Than Survive" by Dr. Bettina Love. She offers a fresh perspective on revolutionizing education that is relevant to both the formal and informal learning spaces. The discussion will be co-facilitated by two wonderful advocates for education, Tracey Reed Armant & Michelle King. Everyone is welcome! 
 
Click here to learn more and RSVP. 
APOST PD: CPR, AED, & First Aid Training
On Friday, January 10th, APOST will be hosting our first CPR, AED, and First Aid Training of the year! This training will be facilitated by CPR Simplicity. This training is perfect for front line staff who will be working most closely with youth. Certification will be available upon completionDue to the high demand for this type of training, we ask that you limit registration for your organization. QC Members may send no more than 3 attendees. Non-Members may send no more than 2 attendees.We hope to see you there! *Lunch will be provided. 
 
Click here to learn more and RSVP. 
 
Grants

AMS Epsilon Fund: support of summer mathematics programs for high school students. Deadline: December 15th
PENNDot Innovations: $3K for students 9-12th grades to use problem-solving, creative, and strategic-thinking abilities to solve real-world transportation challenges. Deadline: December 20th
New York Life Foundation: support for OST programs serving middle schoolers. Deadline: January 24th
Governor's STEM: $500 grants to students grades 9-12 competing in STEM. Deadline: May 7-8, 2020. 
Society of Women Engineers: Scholarships to support women pursuing careers in engineering and computer scienceDeadline: Rolling 
Save-a-lot: sponsorships and grants for hunger relief, environmental stewardship, health and wellness, and more. Deadline: Rolling

 
Tour Creator
Tour Creator makes it easy to build immersive, 360 tours right from your computer. Students and teachers can include photos, points of interest, image overlays, boxes with informational text, and “did you know?” points of interest. It is easy to share and can take students places they have never been. Tour Creator utilizes Google sign in and can be used with Google.

Click here to visit the website.  

APOST Activities
FREE Trainings!

Cultivating Seeds of Self-Compassion
Friday December 13th
9:00-11:00AM
CoLab 18 in Nova Place
Click here to register.

CPR, AED, & First Aid Training
Friday January 10th
10:30AM-2:30PM
United Way SWPA
Click here to register. 

You Decide 

The nonprofit organization Wings for Kids has partnered with Discovery Education to launch Soar with Wings, a free social emotional learning (SEL) program that offers a digital suite of activities, lessons, and resources designed to support the development of SEL skills in K-5 students. Sponsored by the Allstate Foundation, Soar with Wings can be used by educators in the classroom, in afterschool programs, and for parents and caregivers at home.

Click here to access the curriculum for free!

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