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AFTERSCHOOL

Goal

The purpose of the Minneapolis Afterschool Network is to ensure ALL Minneapolis children and youth (ages 5-21) have access to safe comprehensive, high quality afterschool opportunities that support positive youth development, social and emotional learning, educational achievement, career readiness and community engagement. 

 

Focus Area

Coordination and collaboration of public and nonprofit youth-serving organizations to collectively strengthen and expand the field of out-of-school time in support of young people future success. 

Out-of-School Time Participation Gap Study

Study conducted by Youthprise.

Rachel Oberg -Hauser

Director of Projects

Phone: 612-673-2131


UPCOMING EVENTS!


Event: CPI Kick-Off!

High-quality afterschool experiences play an important role in supporting Minneapolis youth to recognize and achieve their greatest potential. That’s why we are committed to supporting a continuous program improvement (CPI) cycle using M3 (Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets). Participation in the CPI Cycle can help your organization use data to strengthen and improve your program – leading to better outcomes and experiences for youth.

Whether you’re new to M3 or a veteran, all are welcome to the CPI Kick-Off to learn:

  1. What is CPI and M3?
  2. How should we prepare for the M3 Huddle?
  3. Advice from afterschool programs and previous M3 Huddle participants.

Have questions about the CPI Kick-Off? Contact Rachel Oberg-Hauser, Project Director at the Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board (Rachel.oberg-hauser@minneapolismn.gov | 612-672-2131)

Light morning refreshments will be provided.


Ignite Afterschool's Believe It, Build It Conference

Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets (M3) is a process led by a certified facilitator supporting organizations in using 2-4 data sets to intentionally reflectplan and identify action steps to improve their afterschool programs. The key to this process is the M3 Huddle, a 6-hour session bringing program teams together to intentionally make meaning of their data and plan action steps.


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