Local, regional, and national organizations offer webinars throughout the year. Here you will find upcoming webinars that might be of interest. This page will be updated regularly, so check back often! All webinars are free unless otherwise noted.
Wednesday, April 12 at 12:00 pm MST
Presented by Skadden Fellow, National Immigration Law Center and Abigail Trillin, Executive Director, Legal Services for Children
Afterschool programs can play an important role in creating a safe and welcoming environment for immigrant students and families and cultivating a sense of belonging and overall wellbeing.
With guidance and help from the American Constitution Society, this webinar features experts from Legal Services for Children and the National Immigration Law Center who will focus on the ways in which afterschool program providers can best support their students and families. Speakers will share the existing rights and protections for students, as well as discuss the steps afterschool program providers can take to make sure that their program is a space where all students feel welcome and secure.
Thursday, April 13 at 10:15 am MST
Presented by Paloma Ibañez, Javelina and hosted by the Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence
Service learning and civic engagement activities can provide young people with big benefits on almost every level of youth development. Studies show that youth who take part in these activities can see improvement in their academic outcomes, social-emotional skills and their sense of connectedness to their community. Not only that, service learning and civic engagement activities and projects are often the most memorable (and fun!) of any out-of-school-time program!
Join presenter Paloma Ibañez, former Program Manager for Young People For and Inspire Arizona, for a one-hour webinar on how you can easily implement service learning and civic engagement projects in your program. Learn how youth voice and choice can create fun and meaningful activities that will connect youth with their community and your program. Gain practical guidance on how to find and execute projects, and how to model civic engagement values and behavior. Most importantly – learn how youth can have fun, make a difference, and create connections to their community!
Tuesday, April 25 at 11:00 am MST or 9:00 pm MST
Presented by Idaho Parents Unlimited
This webinar with provide information regarding special education and other related services. Parents will gain the tools that they need in order to understand the IEP process and write meaningful goals for their child.
The 9:00 pm webinar will be an open discussion between the presenter and participants.