WELCOME TO OUR NEW PARTNERSHIP DIRECTORY
We have collected hundreds of partners from across the state who have services or resources that can enrich out-of-school programming in a variety of ways:
- Offering training on a topic
- Curriculum to enrich a program
- Services to offer families
SEARCH THE DIRECTORY BY TYPING IN KEYWORDS BELOW OR USE THE CATEGORIES TO FILTER THE LIST
April 22, 2020 will mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the largest civic-focused day of action in the world. For Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary, engage your students in a variety of fun, educational and impactful learning opportunities! As afterschool programs, you are unique in your ability to reach and shape future leaders outside of the classroom. Earth Day Network has resources to support you as you host events that can foster discussion and design activities to help students understand and address environmental issues.
For example, hold citizen science data collection events that encourage your students to learn about environmental issues and connect them with lessons from school. Organize environmental-themed craft projects that allow them to channel their creativity or host cooking workshops where they can make sustainable recipes. Explore what species are local to your community and think of ways your students can help protect them. For more information about Earth Day and resources on things you can do, check out the Earth Day Network website. To be part of the movement your organization can Partner with Us (https://earthdaynetwork.formstack.com/forms/partnership_2020) or your school can Sign Up to be an Earth Day School (https://earthdaynetwork.formstack.com/forms/signup_earth_day_school)!
Brought to you by University of Idaho Extension in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Eat Smart Idaho helps adults and families learn the basics of
quick meal preparation
management of limited grocery dollars
increased levels of physical activity
About 30 nutrition advisors teach classes for adults and youth in 39 Idaho counties. Classes are taught at emergency food sites, food stamp offices, adult rehabilitation centers, public housing sites and schools with high numbers of free and reduced lunch participants.
At Engineering For Kids of Boise Metro, we focus on using hands-on and interactive methods to get children ages 4-14 excited about science, technology, engineering, and math. We are the only company that uses the Engineering Design Process for all of our curriculum programs to ensure we educate children in the smartest and most impactful way possible. Our Boise educators will introduce kids to age-appropriate activities related to virtually every area of engineering.
The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation will honor the federal 'Every Kid in a Park' passes for daytime entry*.
Fourth graders, parents and educators can obtain the pass online (link is external).
Simply show your pass to Idaho State Park staff members for validation.
* Valid for day-use only. Does not apply to camping fee
Minds can achieve anything. We make sure they get to college.
At Federal Student Aid, we make it easier to get money for higher education.
There's a better way. GrantHub, an online grant tracking solution, manages all of your tasks, applications, reports, and important grant documents. Plus, it sends you email reminders for your application deadlines and report due dates!
GrantHub is a simple and affordable solution for nonprofit organizations and grant consultants.
"GEAR UP Idaho focuses on early intervention strategies to assist students in becoming prepared for post-secondary education.
The program will help students meet standards necessary for high school graduation and provide them with the skills necessary to succeed beyond high school."
GSDC is the first privately owned and operated Developmental Disability Agency in Idaho. We are very proud to offer the highest quality supportive and innovative developmental therapy services!
Children's services include redesign services such as habilitative intervention, support, community involvement, and more.
The on-site event includes various technical sessions led by Micron female mentors exploring a variety of technical career options with fun, hands-on learning activities.
Gizmo-CDA, Coeur d' Alene's non-profit makerspace, is a place where art, design, technology and tools are connected by the hands and minds of the people of this community. Its a place where creative play is done by everyone from K thru Gray. Tools you have always wanted are there
to give birth to the ideas that you have always had!
THINK BOLD be part of Gizmo-CDA and become a gizmologist!