Cambridge Agenda for Children Out-of-School Time (OST) is a citywide intermediary and public-private partnership that is strategically set up to build connections between OST providers, schools, city leadership, elected officials, the community foundation, community-based non-profits and city departments to support the OST needs of Cambridge’s young people and families.
The STEAM training series will begin on January 10. Sharlene Yang, Coordinator of City of Cambridge's STEAM Initiative, & Barb MacEachern, Agenda for Children OST Community Coordinator, will lead a series of interactive and insightful activities to help participants learn incorporate learner-centered STEAM activities into their afterschool programs.
Our fantastic Middle School Network leaders, Annie Leavitt and Khari Milner, are featured in Maud Morgan Arts' Fall Newsletter. In the newsletter, Annie and Khari talk about the importance of increasing access to out-of-school time opportunities by addressing barriers to student participation.
On March 29, 2017 Agenda for Children Out-of-School Time Initiative, in partnership with the Cambridge Nonprofit Coalition, brought together 45 professionals representing 34 child and youth work organizations and initiatives across the city to support the new Superintendent, Dr. Kenneth Salim, envision the future of Cambridge Public Schools (CPS).
Get the latest news, events and training opportunities for the out-of-school time community of Cambridge. You can subscribe to our different special interest, monthly & bi-monthly, newsletters to learn about professional development opportunities, Middle School Network and Expanded Learning (EL) STEAM Network.