Many local, regional, and national organizations have previously broadcast webinars that you can view after they have originally aired. This page links to the "past webinar" pages of these organizations.
The Association for Middle Level Education has some of their past webinars available as recordings. These videos are great resources for topics like working with middle school students and families, addressing adversity and trauma, and more. If you missed out on a training, check to see if it's available!
Understanding our SEL begins with the adults. It is essential that leaders understand and develop their own social and emotional competencies because of their influence on the overall environment. This summer webinar series will dive into the reports that support SEL in afterschool, offer tips for choosing SEL curriculum and guide leaders how to assess their own EQ and determine next steps to grow.
*This is an exclusive offering for Executive members.*
This is a collection of webinars that exploring the topic of suicide prevention. There are webinars for the general public, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) professionals, and ICF webinars.
These webinars are presented by experts in the field as well as fellow afterschool practitioners. Learn about funding, research, how to's, and practical advice. There are more than 70 past webinars archived for you to watch.
Hillarie Hagen, Outreach Specialist from Idaho Voices for Children, provides the 101 about federal and state policy changes that may affect healthcare options for Idaho families, especially CHIP or Medicaid, and how families can access these programs. Plus, learn about current efforts to represent the voices of working families that are struggling to access affordable healthcare.
School’s Out Washington provides services and guidance for organizations to ensure all young people have safe places to learn and grow when not in school. SOWA is dedicated to building community systems to support quality afterschool, youth development, and summer programs
The Idaho Nonprofit Center has some of their past webinars available as recordings. These videos are great resources for topics like board development, donor relations, special events, and more. If you missed out on a training, check to see if it's available!
This webinar will discuss ESSA’s new requirements pertaining to students experiencing homelessness, highlight promising state and district examples supporting college and career readiness for these youth, share a young person’s experience with school and related supports, and explore policy and practice recommendations.
This is a collection of 17 webinars that highlight various ways to incorporate STEM into your program. They go through several different organizations and curriculum. They also offer practical tips and ideas.
Founded in 1985, Idaho Parents Unlimited, Inc. (IPUL) is a statewide organization which houses the Idaho Parent Training and Information Center, the Family to Family Health Information Center, Idaho Family Voices and IPUL Arts.