For optimal utilization please use your desktop browser. Some mobile devices might not work.

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Community Partner,

 

As we are committed to the continuous growth of our department, partners and field practitioners, we would like to invite you to share your resources and knowledge with our community. Please consider being one of our presenters at our summer Get Ready 2019 Summit.

 

Theme:     Inspiring A.R.T. (Authentic Radical Transformation)         

Location:  Washington Carver High School

When:      August 13 -14, 2019

 

About the Get Ready 2019 Summit

The Expanded Learning space (before-school, after-school, and summer-school) provides an opportunity for educators, community based organizations, and artists to operate beyond standards and create impact through academic support, personal & cultural enrichment, and health & wellness activities.

 

To better prepare those who serve our students, Youth Development Support Services at Sacramento City Unified School District hosts an annual “Get Ready Summit” as we head into each new school year. Each Summer, over 200 Expanded Learning educators attend the event to better prepare for the school year ahead. The event is a training opportunity that provides space to participate and engage in a blend of workshops intended to enhance student engagement, health & wellness practices, and 21st century tools. By attending the event, participants advance their knowledge, increase their practical skills, and learn a variety of processes that will allow them to assess obstacles, enhance practices and improve success.

 

Workshop Categories

Every year we invite educators, artists, and community members to lead interactive workshops intended for Expanded Learning Educators. We are accepting workshop proposals that will build on Academics, SEL (Social and Emotional Learning), Health & Wellness, Enrichment Opportunities, Safety, Youth Voice and Community Engagement.

 

Selection Criteria

We value the diversity and uniqueness of workshop proposal submissions. As a result, we highly consider and select workshops that can clearly:

 

1.    Identify the challenges that the presenter(s) intend to address.

2.    Review skills required to deal with the identified challenges.

3.    Introduce processes to deliver outcomes for students.

Submission Instructions and Deadlines

For full consideration please complete the Request for Presenters online form by June 30th, 2019. For additional questions, feel free to contact Andrea-Nava@scusd.edu.

© 2018 Youth Development Support Services

 

If you have any issues with this site, please contact the webmaster YouthDevelopment@scusd.edu

Find us: 

5735 47th Ave, Sacramento, CA 95824

Call us:

916 - 643 - 7919