Developing After School Partnerships and Programs: A Resource Guide for Community Groups4 years ago 4 years ago Leave your thoughts
This toolkit was published by the Alberta Recreation & Parks Association.
HERE’S HOW THE CREATORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:
This Resource Guide is intended for community-based groups – those smaller organizations and collectives that work closely with children and families in various neighbourhoods, communities, and schools. These community groups and collaboratives see a shared opportunity to support children and youth during the ‘Critical Hours’ right after school and are determined to create something from the ‘ground up’.
The Guide is intended to provide some good advice and insights into how groups can foster the sorts of partnerships, relationships, and interaction with communities that will enable them – over time – to successfully develop a quality, blended after school program, one that will ‘fit’ their own unique interests, abilities, and circumstances.
Alberta Recreation & Parks Association. (2012). Developing After School Partnerships and Programs: A Resource Guide for Community Groups. Edmonton, AB: Author.
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