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Various Dates, see their calendarYes
KIT offers various trainings and webinars ranging from inclusion in STEM to including youth in program planning
WebinarYesSubsidy Training Webinar
VariousYesChild Care Providers Required Trainings
Be sure to also see the announcements posted in the DESE Communication tab of the Portal (middle column) for more information on these trainings.
June 4-6, 2018 or July 11-13, 2018TBDColumbiaYesTerri Foulkesfoulkest@missouri.edu573-884-2936
See attached for information.
June 18, 20187:00-8:00 PMWebinarNAYesRegister for Webinar
The news of recent school shootings has caused heightened stress for everyone, including child care providers and programs. What can you do to keep children in your program safe? This webinar will introduce some of the basic prevention steps.
September 11-1312:00-1:00 EACH day (Different Grade Levels Each Day)WebinarNAYesEngaging Youth in College and Career Readiness Webinar Registration

What does it look like to engage K-12 youth in college- and career-relevant learning? Join the Department’s Y4Y Technical Assistance Team to learn about developing postsecondary awareness, exploration and preparation learning opportunities that match your students’ interests and goals.

Learners will be able to:
•Understand the definition of college and career readiness.
•Develop strategies to enhance college and career readiness in your programs.
•Identify Y4Y resources that can enhance your college and career readiness efforts.

Session topics, discussions and activities will focus on specific grade levels each day:

•Tuesday, September 11: College and Career Readiness for Elementary School (K-5)

•Wednesday, September 12: College and Career Readiness for Middle School (6-9)

•Thursday, September 13: College and Career Readiness for High School (10-12)

September 6, 201812:00-1:00 pmWebinarNAYesMaking the Most of Homework Time Webinar Registration

Homework gives students opportunities to practice and review what they are learning, prepare for new material and apply learning to new situations. Homework can also help students develop good study habits and recognize that learning can occur anywhere, not just in the classroom. In this session, the Department’s Y4Y Technical Assistance Team will help 21st CCLC practitioners explore strategies, tools and resources to help students make the most of homework time.

Learners will be able to

• Identify 21st century, study and learning skills that can be developed during homework time.
• Describe the use of skill-building tools and techniques that support success in school.
• Explain homework time challenges and identify strategies to address them.

September 4, 201812:00-1:00 pmWebinarNAYesEmpowering Youth to Actively Participate in Prevention Webinar Registration

How can 21st CCLC programs use engaging programming to build youth leadership and decision-making skills and prevent drug and alcohol abuse? Join the Department’s Y4Y Technical Assistance Team to explore resources and interactive activities that are designed to address prevention and intervention components for grades K-12.

Learners will be able to

• Understand how 21st CCLC programs can contribute to preventing drug and alcohol abuse.
• Identify Y4Y resources that assist with preventing drug and alcohol abuse.
• Develop and implement strategies to help prevent drug and alcohol abuse.

March 5, 201910:00 am - 2:30 pmMissouri 4-H Center for Youth DevelopmentColumbiaYesBrad Lademannlademannb@missouri.eduRegistration
January 24, 201910:00-3:00Governor Office BuildingJefferson
For those of you that were able to attend our 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant Writing Workshop we hope that you were able to take away a lot of helpful information.  Below is the link to our grant page, you will find a copy of our last 21st CCLC Grant Application for reference along with todays PowerPoint.
February 2, 20199:00-2:30Eldon Upper ElementaryEldonYesPDI Mini Registration
Adventure Awaits Afterschool – brought to you locally and hosted by the Eldon Learning Enriched Afterschool Program (LEAP). Join us for networking, high quality professional development and fun! All attendees will be able to receive up to 4 Clock Hours for attending the PDI Mini. Lunch and swag are included in the registration cost.