21st Century Community Learning Centers

Improving the outcomes of students in Oregon's 21st CCLC programs


Past Events

2018 Summer SuperQuest

Jun 26, 2018  to Aug 22, 2018  in Trainings Looking for free, hands-on, valuable CTE/STEM professional development opportunities?

Join the Oregon Freshman Success Network

The Oregon Center for High School Success is launching a cost-free Freshman Success Network here in Oregon, and you’re invited to join! Drawing on a partnership with the University of Chicago’s Network for College Success – leading experts on Freshman Success programs – CHSS is bringing thought leaders and policies here to Oregon to ensure our 9th graders are on track to succeed in the classroom and beyond.


Oct 10, 2017  in Trainings The Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics is seeking enthusiastic educators of middle-school-age youth to join our Youth Astronomy Network (YouthAstroNet). Educators chosen to take part in the project must be willing to participate in the research study that is associated with the program, and will receive $250 for this participation.

STEM Micro-Credential Trainings

Sep 8, 2017  to Sep 9, 2017  in Trainings OregonASK, the National Afterschool Association, and Click2Science are partnering to recognize out-of-school time staff for their competency in offering high quality STEM experiences in their programs.

Code.org CS Fundamentals workshop

Feb 18, 2017  to Feb 18, 2017  in Trainings

Science Action Club: Birds

Feb 10, 2017  to Feb 10, 2017  in Trainings

Latino Virtual Museum at OregonASK

Feb 6, 2017  to Feb 6, 2017  in Trainings The Latino Virtual Museum is a Hands-On and Virtual Curriculum created through the Smithsonian Latino Center. It provides educators with innovative teaching strategies designed to engage youth in STEAM Careers. The training provides lessons and activities for upper elementary and middle school youth in culture, art, and science.

Trauma-Informed Care Practices

Feb 3, 2017  to Feb 3, 2017  in Trainings WHAT: This regional training will be presented by Anna Vo from the Impact NW 21st CCLC program. WHERE: The Health and Wellness Center at Western Oregon University WHEN: February 3, 2017

FREE SciGirls Training at OMSI

Jul 6, 2016  to Jul 6, 2016  in Trainings Register Now for FREE SciGirls Training July 6th, 8am-3pm at OMSI This awesome hands-on training will offer engaging science, tech, engineering, and math based activities for upper elementary to middle school kids! Join us at OMSI for a great day of lessons and activities! SciGirls curriculum works well formal or informal settings and uses accessible and simple materials to create exciting science investigations for kids! SciGirls also offers research based strategies for engaging girls and underserved youth. The SciGirls 7 strategies are proven to excite kids of all kinds about Inquiry based science. SciGirls Watch Party July 6th from 3:30pm-5:30pm Join us for FREE Bring your 4th through 8th graders to OMSI for a screening of the SciGirls episode "Terrific Pacific". We will be in the OMSI auditorium at 3:30pm and will follow up the screening with a hands-on experiment from the third season of SciGirls.

TALE: Training for Afterschool Literacy Education: Module 5 - Grades K-3 Literacy Support and Activities

Mar 29, 2016  to Mar 29, 2016  in Trainings Afterschool practitioners play an important role in supporting kids’ literacy development. In this session participants will learn about the stages of literacy development in kindergarten through 3rd grade as supported by Common Core State Standards, practice techniques for reading aloud and identify and practice literacy-based activities that are appropriate for K-3 students in out-of-school time settings. Location: To be announced - Pendleton, OR Contact Information: CCR&R 541.564.6878 or 1.800.559.5878 ccrr@umchs.org

Connecting School-Age Children, Families, and Communities

Mar 7, 2016  to Mar 7, 2016  in Trainings A provider’s partnerships with the children’s families and with other significant adults in the community are important for the development of the children. School-age children need positive relationships with their families and with other caring adults. We will make plans to enhance these important relationships in family child care. Preregistration and prepayment REQUIRED. To print a registration form please go to http://www.ccrr-mc.org. All course and section numbers are listed in the training section. For more information contact Child Care Resource and Referral of Multnomah County, phone 503-491-6200 or email info@ccrr-mc.org.

Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams: Celebrating invention, inspiring youth

FREE Girls’ Science workshop at OSU

Mar 5, 2016  to Mar 5, 2016  in Trainings

Regional Training: Best Practices for Serving EL Students in 21st CCLC Programs

Feb 9, 2016  to Feb 9, 2016  in Trainings Regional Training: "Best Practices for Serving EL Students in 21st CCLC Programs", Tuesday, February 9th from 6:00 - 8:00p.m. at Centennial High School Dr. Maria Dantas-Whitney will present this training on how to best serve EL students in our 21st CCLC programs.

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