Deadline Approaching: Student Video Contest Closes Feb 19 +
World of 7 Billion Video Contest - Back by popular demand, the World of 7 Billion student video contest can help you bring technology and creativity into your high school classes. The contest challenges your students to create a short (60 seconds or less) video illustrating the connection between world population growth
In partnership with New Mexico Public Broadcast System, NMASA has created a video that can be used to educate key stakeholders in your community about the importance of afterschool programs for New Mexico's children and youth.
2014 Lights On Afterschool poster contest winner: Ashley Parker from Farmington, New Mexico! +
This year we had thousands of afterschool artists answer our call and submit artwork for the chance to be featured on the 2014 Lights On Afterschool poster. We had such a good time looking through all the artwork and seeing the talent and creativity coming out of these programs-it's clear that
The summit intended to build awareness of hunger in New Mexico and support underlying solutions that inspire self-sufficiency and community empowerment and support for a hunger-free tomorrow. The event addressed a variety of topics dealing with hunger issues in New Mexico. Speakers and workshops offered solutions, resources and connections to
At our EPSCoR Diversity Innovation Working Group meeting, held May 29 th and 30th at Explora! In Albuquerque, Victoria Wegener of the National Network of Statewide Afterschool Providers shared the following PPT. Entitled “Afterschool and STEM”, it grounded the participants in the history of the Mott mission, and gave a
Now is an ideal time to reach out to your Members of Congress calling for their support of afterschool and summer learning programs as they consider education, justice, child care, and other relevant spending decisions. Contact your elected officials and make the case for support and funding of school and community based before-school, afterschool and summer learning programs, that inspire learning, keep young people safe and help working families.