Out-of-school time (OST) providers offer a number of diverse opportunities for youth across New York City. With the success of OST programs come an increase in youth participation; how can providers ensure that with a growing demand, programs maintain quality and depth? What are some of the challenges that programs/organizations can face when replicating their work elsewhere?
Join us to learn how two different youth-focused funders—The Wallace Foundation and the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund in The New York Community Trust—have helped out-of-school-time providers replicate their programming.
Watch the recording here:
- The benefits and challenges of spreading programs across multiple sites and/or to other organizations
- Signs that an organization or program is poised—or not—for replication
- Arguments for adapting or "remixing" aspects of a program, rather than replicating it wholesale
- Best practices for evaluating replication-focused grants, and understanding the impact of local adaptations
- Sarah Needham, Program Officer, Stavros Niarchos Foundation
- Anthony Negron, Manager of Digital Programming, New York Hall of Science
- Dara Rose, Senior Program Officer, The Wallace Foundation
- Lorna Smith, Chief Executive Officer, Horizons National
- Hana Sun (Moderator), Portfolio Strategist, Mozilla Foundation
All interested funders.
2:45 - 3:00 PM Check-in
3:00 - 5:00 PM Program
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