DESCRIPTION

With distance learning, high-school youth attendance has dropped and more youth are at risk of dropping out. It is more important than ever to connect with and re-engage high-school youth this summer. Hands-on, paid work experience and enrichment programs can engage high school youth by providing real-world experience, mentors, an income and/or school credit, and leadership and collaboration skills. Districts and schools can leverage the increased and flexible summer and expanded learning resources to provide paid work experience and learning opportunities for high school students.

This is the third webinar in Partnership for Children & Youth (PCY)’s Summer Game Plan webinar series.

PRESENTERS
Greg Cluster, Work-Based Learning Coordinator, Oakland Unified School District
Brad Lupien, CEO & Founder, arc
Darrin Person, Mentor Coordinator, Fresno Unified School District
Monroe Howard, Essential Coaching Group

VIDEO

SLIDES

RESOURCES

PCY SUMMER PLANNING RESOURCES 

2021 CALIFORNIA SUMMER LEARNING GUIDE 

ELEMENTS OF EFFECTIVE PRACTICE FOR MENTORING 

MENTORING CONNECTOR DATABASE 

COMMENTARY ON EXPANDED LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS 

YOUTH TRUTH SURVEY 

FUNDING GUIDE 

SUMMER GAME PLAN WEBINAR SERIES

SUMMER RESEARCH, PRACTICE, AND FUNDING: FOUNDATIONS FOR SUMMER PLANNING (2/25) 

CREATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR SUMMER STAFFING (4/1) 

REGISTER FOR UPCOMING SESSIONS

CREATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR SUMMER STAFFING: PARTNERING WITH HIGHER EDUCATION & PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS (4/22) 

HOW TO ENGAGE ENGLISH LEARNERS IN SUMMER LEARNING (4/29)