Jonathan Helms and Sheneika Simmons Selected to Join National Afterschool and Expanded Learning Initiative
The Riley Institute at Furman University has selected Jonathan Helms, Grant Development Director at the Boys & Girls Club of Cabarrus County, and Sheneika Simmons, Program Manager at the Public School Forum of North Carolina, to participate in...read more
The Afterschool Alliance's 4th edition of America After 3PM provides a detailed account of children in the afterschool hours, identifying: trends of participation in, and unmet demand for, afterschool programs; the experiences and opportunities programs afford; and...read more
In 2020, NC CAP launched the STEM Hub to provide ongoing support to out-of-school-time providers in their administration of STEM content, provide a mapping database of STEM assets throughout the state, enable individuals and organizations to showcase their STEM...read more
High quality afterschool and expanded learning programs accessible to all North Carolina children and youth helping them to succeed in and out of school.
To influence policy and serve as a catalyst, convener, and clearinghouse for afterschool and expanded learning programs through advocacy, professional development, research and evaluation which will lead to quality improvement.