Newsletter March 2015


Stand Up! at Lake Ridge Schools, Lake County 21st Century Community Learning Center
Inspired by the 2013 Multi-State Conference 21st CCLC Conference in Indianapolis, the Lake Ridge 21st CCLC program is performing Stand Up! The performances raise awareness of teen statistics, and to bridge the gap between typical teen situations, miseducation/miscommunication and helpful solutions to their personal issues.  
To prepare for a show like Stand Up!, Sherice Grant has lead group discussions, created various written exercises, and has taken students through several character building workshops/scenarios to teach them how to embody and properly execute the characters that they are portraying.  
This show has had a great impact on the students of Calumet New Technique H.S. thus far, giving them the opportunity to escape personal comfort zones, share stories, build new working relationships, all while challenging them to face their own obstacles as they continue to further develop their self-awareness. - From Jennifer Elkins

Indiana Afterschool programs at risk of losing $20,000,000 in federal funds

Now more than ever before, members of Congress need to hear from you. There are pending bills in the House and Senate that would eliminate afterschool funding for 21st Century Community Learning Centers.  This would impact 20,000 K-12 youth in Indiana's most under-resourced communities.  We need your voice.  The next few weeks are critical.   More info HERE.

Contact your U.S. legislators HERE to let them know you support 21st Century Community Learning Centers afterschool funding.

The State of the Classroom hosted by Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz
The State of the Classroom,  a collaboration between the Indiana Department of Education, WFYI and Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations, examines the lives of students surviving in crisis and asks the critical questions: "Who is there for these children?" and "How can we all help?" Using compelling on-location footage coupled with in-depth discussions with experts in the education field, The State of the Classroom seeks to provide answers.

Kids on the Move: Afterschool Programs Promoting Healthy Eating and Physical Activity
More than 10 million kids nationwide--and 123,163 kids in Indiana-attend afterschool programs. A new study from the Afterschool Alliance   highlights critical, but sometimes-overlooked benefits of the programs: They're helping kids eat healthy and be active-and offering the healthy choices that parents demand. According to survey data from Kids on the Move, the great majority of Indiana parents with children in afterschool say their child's program offers healthy snacks, meals and beverages. Likewise, the overwhelming majority of parents say their children's program offers opportunities for physical activity. That's exactly what parents of children in these programs want them to provide. Read MORE on the Indiana Fact Sheet.

Indiana Summit on Out-of-School Learning: April 13-14, 2015
Be part of the fourth annual Indiana Summit on Out of School Learning, our state's leading conference on afterschool and summer learning. Two days of exciting keynote speakers, networking events, exhibitors, and more than 50 innovative, engaging workshops on Out of School Learning.  JW Marriott Indianapolis, with special events at the Indianapolis Zoo.
See Summit website for more info on:
 -  Registration
 -  Volunteer Opportunities
 -  Hotel Booking Information- BOOKING DEADLINE for Special Rate: March 16
 -  BREAKOUT SESSION listing to be posted FRIDAY!
 -  MORE!
Capacity Building to Support Replication of Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Programs (Tier 1A)
This U.S. Department of Health and Human Services program seeks to fund intermediary organizations that will provide capacity building assistance to youth-serving organizations to replicate evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programs.  Capacity building assistance is designed to enhance the ability of organizations to implement, evaluate, and sustain evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programs.
DEADLINE: April 1, 2015 AVAILABLE: $400,000 to $750,000 per year for 5 years. More HERE.

The Toyota USA Foundation is committed to helping students throughout the United States rediscover their interest in manufacturing careers, harness their talents, and transform their ideas into viable action that would contribute to the rebuilding of the American manufacturing sector. To further this objective, the Foundation is directing grants to organizations that show unique and impactful approaches in support of manufacturing careers. $100,000-$2,000,000 Deadline: March 20 MORE HERE.
Drug-Free Communities Support Program
The purpose of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services program is to establish and strengthen collaboration to support the efforts of community coalitions working to prevent youth substance use.  DEADLINE: March 18, 2015 AVAILABLE: Maximum of $125,000 per year for a period of up to 5 years      
USGA/Alliance: Grants for the Good of the Game
The National Alliance for Accessible Golf (Alliance) and the United States Golf Association (USGA) believe that golf should be open to everyone and support a wide variety of programs that create opportunities for individuals with disabilities to participate in the sport. They especially encourage inclusive programming-- opportunities that allow participants with disabilities and participants without disabilities to learn and play the game side by side. Maximum award: $20,000. Eligibility: tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations as defined under Section SOl(c) 3 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code or government entities such as public schools or municipalities. Deadline: Rolling  

Dorothea Haus Ross Foundation
Supports a wide range of programs that serve vulnerable children including children who are ill, orphaned, disabled, injured, abused or malnourished as well as children with limited or no access to education. Grant range:  $1,000 - $15,000.  Deadline:  rolling.

The American Electric Power Foundation considers requests from organizations in communities served by AEP's regional utilities. The Foundation focuses on improving lives through education from early childhood through higher education, protecting the environment, providing basic human services in the areas of hunger, housing, health and safety, and enriching the quality of life in communities through art, music and cultural heritage. Deadline: Rolling Amount: not less than $15,000.

NEA Challenge America, FY2016 grant- The Challenge America category offers support primarily to small and mid-sized organizations for projects that extend the reach of the arts to under-served populations -- those whose opportunities to experience the arts are limited by geography, ethnicity, economics, or disability. Grants are available for professional arts programming and for projects that emphasize the potential of the arts in community development. $10,000 Deadline April 16 MORE HERE.

American Family Insurance protects dreams by helping strengthen and support individuals, families, neighborhoods and communities. American Family Insurance also sponsors events and activities that build stronger ties with customers through memorable, beneficial experiences. Deadline: rolling Amount: $250-$10,000 Info HERE.

Signing for Change grants available from $1,000 to $10,000 for nonprofit organizations driving social change in their communities. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. For more information including selection criteria, click HERE.

Wish You Well Foundation
The Wish You Well Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations that promote family literacy in the United States. The focus of the Foundation's grantmaking is on the development and expansion of new and existing literacy and educational programs. Amount: Up to $10,000 Deadline: Rolling  

Finish Line Youth Foundation   
The Finish Line Youth Foundation provides funding to organizations that youth athletic programs and sports-based camps, especially those serving disadvantaged and special needs children. Deadline: Rolling  Grants range from $1,000 - $5,000.

Advancing Student Achievement, a program of the Actuarial Foundation
ASA grants support math programs that open students' minds to the practical power of math. The purpose of an ASA grant is to support math enhancement programs that bridge the gap between classroom and real world mathematics. MORE HERE. 
Deadline: Rolling Amount: up to $5,000
Crayola Creative Leadership Grants 2015 Now Open Deadline: June 22. The 2015 program provides grants for innovative, creative leadership team-building within elementary schools. Apply now for the opportunity to receive a grant for building your school's creative capacity. Each grant-winning school (up to 20 grants awarded) receives $2,500 and Crayola products valued at $1,000. MORE HERE.

The First Lady's Foundation
exists for the purpose of encouraging and supporting Indiana youth and families. Deadline: Rolling (one application per 365-day period) Amount: $500 or $1,000
Ezra Jack Keats Foundation is accepting applications to award public schools or libraries with grants up to $500 for special educational activities. Deadline: 3/15/15

The Bright House Classroom Innovators Grants is an ongoing program to assist innovative educators with classroom needs. The program is available to educators who teach K-12 curriculum at public and private schools or at an afterschool nonprofit program that are within Bright House Networks service areas. Recipients are eligible to receive up to one grant per year of no less than $250 and no greater than $500, to assist in their efforts to move students toward a brighter future through innovative learning.

My Macy's District Grants support nonprofit organizations and initiatives that are important to individual local communities where Macy's stores are located and that fall within the Macy's focus areas-arts and culture, education, the environment, HIV/AIDS and women's issues. Amount varies. MORE HERE. 

Lockheed Martin: Grants for Education

Lockheed Martin provides grants for K-16 Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education. This includes Lockheed Martin's K-12 STEM Education Initiative, Engineers in the Classroom, as well as STEM-focused curricular and extracurricular programs that provide employee engagement opportunities in a community in which Lockheed Martin has employees or business interests. Maximum award: varies. Eligibility: 501(c)(3) organizations that deliver standards-based science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education to students in K-16. Amount: Varies Deadline: Rolling. More HERE.

Reiman Foundation Grant
The Reiman Foundation focuses its giving in four main areas: Health Care, Education, The Arts & Children. Nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply. Deadline: Rolling Award Amount: Vary

Let's Play grants offer ten different grant opportunities for organizations in need of support for youth sports or recess equipment, afterschool programming and playgrounds/outdoor fitness equipment. Amount: varies Deadline: varies

The Hearst Foundation
Amount varies. Deadline: Rolling
The Hearst Foundations support well-established nonprofit organizations that address significant issues within their major areas of interests - culture, education, health and social service - and that primarily serve large demographic and/or geographic constituencies.

The Kroger Company Foundation's philanthropic objective is to enhance the quality of life in communities with a concentration of Kroger customers and employees. The Foundation exists for the betterment of the people and communities where Kroger operates.
The PNC Foundation supports a variety of nonprofit organizations with a special emphasis on those that work to achieve sustainability and touch a diverse population, in particular, those that support early childhood education and/or economic development. Amount: Varies

Connect a Million Minds (Time Warner)
Connect A Million Minds supports include after-school STEM programs, mentorship programs that inspire the pursuit of STEM education and careers, STEM-related competitions, visitations to technology companies and labs, and apprenticeship programs.
No deadline. For more information, go to: 
Wells Fargo offers grants to assist a variety of nonprofit organizations that provide human services, community development, educational, artistic, cultural, civic and environmental programs. Applications are accepted in Indiana on a rolling basis; organizations are encouraged to prepare a proposal using the guidelines and contact their local Wells Fargo location to submit an application.

RGK Foundation awards grants in the broad areas of education, community, and medicine/health. Human service programs of particular interest to the foundation include children and family services, early childhood development, and parenting education. The foundation supports a variety of community improvement programs including those that enhance nonprofit management and promote philanthropy and volunteerism. Youth development programs supported by the foundation typically include after-school educational enrichment programs that supplement and enhance formal education systems to increase the chances for successful outcomes in school and life.  Deadline: Rolling  Amount varies.

The World We Want Foundation
Offers youth-led service learning grants.
Deadline: Rolling,  Amount varies.

Ford Foundation Educational Grants
The foundation's grantmaking focuses on reducing poverty and injustice; promoting democratic values; and advancing human knowledge, creativity and achievement. Types of grants the foundation makes: General/core support, Project, Planning, Competition, Matching, Recoverable, Individual, Endowment, Foundation-administered project, and Program-related investment. Amount varies. Deadline: Rolling

Share Our Strength Grants
Share Our Strength offers grants to non-profit organizations, schools, and other eligible organizations involved in increasing access to nutrition and anti-hunger advocacy. Amount varies. Deadline: Rolling 
Lumber Liquidators offers in-kind donations for nonprofit organizations in need of new flooring for their facilities.
KaBoom! offers "Let's Play Land Use" playground grants. Deadline: Rolling

Public Welfare Foundation is accepting letters of intent from organizations and programs working to end the criminalization and over-incarceration of youth. Deadline: Rolling More info HERE.

AND  for more grants-
The Youth Today Newsletter Grants Newsletter 
The Indiana Afterschool Network helps promote and strengthen program quality in out-of-school learning across Indiana.


1.  Use Indiana's Top Ten Quality Standards for OST as a pathway to quality improvement.

2.  Assess your program sites and organization by using the Indiana Quality Program Self-Assessment (IN-QPSA)

3.  Develop your staff using the NEW! Indiana Academy for Out-of-School Learning.  A high quality, online training specifically designed for Out-of-School Time Professionals

This NEW online PD system was created in partnership with the National Afterschool Association and Child Care Aware and offers the latest in training specifically designed for Indiana's before school, after school, school age child care and summer programs.

Benefits to Your Program and Staff:
*    Professional Development anytime, anywhere!
*    36 Best Practice Learning Modules (2 hours each)
*    Aligned with IN Afterschool Standards and IN Youth Development Credential (IYD)
*    In-depth curriculum content, interactivity and rich visuals
*    Useful resources and real life scenarios
*    Pre- and Post-tests
*    Certificates and User accounts to track progress
*    Customer Service
*    Technical Assistance

Thanks to a generous grant from Lilly Endowment.
For more information:
Contact Bri Gaston-Bell
Carmel High School Student Selected as Finalist in National Bright Ideas STEM from Today's Youth Competition
Vikas Maturi, a junior at Carmel High School, is one of six finalists in Bright House Networks Bright Ideas STEM from Today's Youth program. Bright Ideas STEM, a multi-state competition for high school students, challenged students to dream up the coolest inventions to make their own life, community or even the world, more awesome... and show how STEM - that's science, technology, engineering and math, can bring their idea to life. READ MORE.

Bright House Networks Futures Leaders
is a technology scholarship program designed to recognize high school seniors in good standing in the Bright House Networks service area for their contributions to their schools and local communities.  Bright House Future Leaders will be named based on community service activities, leadership skills and an essay describing the importance of leadership and community service. Bright House Future Leaders winners will be awarded a computer laptop, software and carrying case. DUE March 31.
FIT for the Future Conference- Saturday, April 11, 2015

10 am - 2 pm at the ISU College of Technology
The Females in Technology student organization invites you to the 8th annual FIT for the Future Conference. Students are welcome to attend with a class, an organization, or on their own.
Parents and teachers are welcome and encouraged to come - we will have activities for you, too! Registration opens February 1 and the registration deadline is April 3.
NASA Ignite! Free Curriculum and Training in Indiana
You don't have to be a STEM expert to facilitate fun, hands-on activities to help kids learn about survival in space, how to train like an astronaut, rocketry, and much more. NASA Ignite provides free staff training and easy to implement curricula, games, and videos for afterschool, summer and in-school learning. Each activity gives you a lesson plan, list of supplies, and estimated preparation/implementation time.. Activities are geared toward youth in grades 4-9, but can be modified for any grade level. Contact the NASA Ignite! team to learn more and get started. Visit the Ignite! Dashboard for upcoming events, free training materials, webinars, lesson plans, and more.
About Career Ready
Career Ready (formerly KnowHow2GOIndiana) takes place each April through July, with real-world advice and practical experiences to help students prepare for their future careers. The official kick-off week is the last week of April (April 20-24, 2015), but career information is never out of season.
Learn More Indiana is updating this site to provide the latest career planning resources. You can also find more career tools at

Indiana's College Success Coalitions = Start One in Your Community

Learn More Indiana is accepting applications to start a coalition in your community.  The Indiana College Success Coalitions is a network of state and local organizations interested in increasing college access and success within the State of Indiana.

Indiana Youth Institute's Trip to College Alerts program provides students, parents and youth-serving professionals with the most up-to-date information about preparing for college. Subscribers to this FREE service receive three to four texts per month with reminders about deadlines for tests, applications and financial aid, tips to prepare for college and encouragement to stay on track with postsecondary goals. To sign up, text grad + the student's graduation year (ie: "grad2015") to 69979.
Professional Development Grants from IYI
IYI offers professional development grants of up to $750 to help youth-serving professionals pay for the registration cost and hotel or travel costs associated with a professional development opportunity. Submit an application by the tenth of the month to receive a decision by the first of the following month. More HERE.


Indiana Summit on Out-of-School Learning: April 13-14, 2015
Be part of the fourth annual Indiana Summit on Out of School Learning, our state's leading conference on afterschool and summer learning. Two days of exciting keynote speakers, networking events, exhibitors, and more than 50 innovative, engaging workshops on Out of School Learning.  JW Marriott Indianapolis, with special events at the Indianapolis Zoo.
 -  Registration
 -  Volunteer Opportunities
 -  Hotel Booking Information- BOOKING DEADLINE for Special Rate: March 16
 -  BREAKOUT SESSION listing to be posted FRIDAY!
 -  MORE!

2015 Indiana Early Childhood Conference- Celebrating Our Youngest Learners - April 9 - 11, 2015
Pre-Conference Sessions- Thursday, April 9
Conference & Exhibition- Friday, April 10 & Saturday, April 11
Visit site for 2015 Preliminary Program and Online Registration.

FIT for the Future Conference- Saturday, April 11, 2015

10 am - 2 pm at the ISU College of Technology
The Females in Technology student organization invites you to the 8th annual FIT for the Future Conference. Students are welcome to attend with a class, an organization, or on their own.
Parents and teachers are welcome and encouraged to come - we will have activities for you, too! Registration opens February 1 and the registration deadline is April 3.
H. KENT WELDON CONFERENCE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION: Connecting College and Careers. Please join us for an annual convening of Indiana students, educators, business, community and government leaders on: Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at the Indianapolis Marriott North in Indianapolis, Indiana. Contact Liz Walker with any questions: | 464-4400 ext. 130.

$mart Indiana Financial Literacy Summit
The $mart Indiana Financial Literacy Summit will bring together individuals interested in youth financial literacy.  Among the attendees expected at this professional development program are those with oversight or responsibilities for financial education programming or outreach from non-profits, K-12 education, extension, higher education, financial institutions and government.  Attendees of the summit will learn about the policy, best practices, strategies, and instructional resources in the area of youth financial literacy in the State of Indiana.
The $mart Indiana Financial Literacy Summit will be held on Thursday, April 23, 2015 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm at Conner Prairie, 13400 Allisonville Road, Fishers, IN
There is a $25 registration fee.  For more information about $mart Indiana and to register, see

2015 Postsecondary Counseling Institute presented by Kroger

Keynote speaker Dr. Jane Bluestein, internationally known speaker, award-winning author and crisis-intervention counselor, will share knowledge she has gained from working with thousands of educators, counselors, parents and other youth-serving community members. June 23-24, 2015 NEW LOCATION: Westin Indianapolis Hotel. More HERE.

The Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network offers trainings across Indiana on a wide range of nonprofit management topics. The upcoming calendar of workshops and more info here:

Indiana Youth Institute Trainings and Cafés NEAR YOU
Topics including Technology Safety, Reaching Uninsured Families and others will be provided at various locations in including: Merrillville, South Bend, Ft. Wayne, Indianapolis, Evansville and New Albany.  More info here:

Ready by 21 National Meeting
March 31 - April 2 | New Orleans
The National Meeting brings together hundreds of leaders dedicated to improving the odds for children and youth through stronger partnership, practices and policies. Stay tuned for more information by email and on the Ready by 21 National Meeting website:

Afterschool and Summer STEM Systems Building Institute April 14-15   Learn about cutting-edge afterschool and summer STEM System building work from across the nation. Location: Old Market, Omaha, NE.

BOOST (Best Out of School Time) Annual Conference

April 28-May 1, 2015, Palm Springs CA 

Save the Date: Summer Changes Everything™
This year's national conference on summer learning will be held on October 12-14 at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront in Baltimore, Maryland.
SURVEY: The Indiana Core Knowledge Competencies (CKCs)
is an approved tool that identifies what a professional should know and be able to do to effectively work with or on behalf of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, children, youth, and their families. Please click the link below to complete a brief survey by March 20th regarding your exposure to the CKCs, no matter how limited. Your time will assist us in better marketing and creating tools for this important document (PDF with more INFO).

Thank you in advance for your time! The Indiana Professional Development Network

Jim Holland Summer Enrichment Program - science camp
July 19 - 24, 2015 in Bloomington, Indiana
Students currently in 8th, 9th, 10th grades
Applications due April 10, 2015
Master list of precollege programs at Indiana University
CATCH Kids Club
after school program provides staff with research tested and award winning program tool kits and multi-training options to implement moderate to vigorous physical activities program and nutrition fun lessons.

EARN Indiana: Reimbursement for Your Interns

Indiana INTERNnet's partnership with the Indiana Commission for Higher Education provides employers with an opportunity to receive up to 50% of their interns' wages from the state if they hire Employment Aid Readiness Network (EARN) Indiana-eligible students. Access to learn more about EARN Indiana and how it may save your organization money. Summer internships are now being reviewed.

Call for Student Art, Bicentennial Calendar
The Student Art Contest / Cooperative Calendar of Student Art 2016 is an officially endorsed Bicentennial Legacy Project that seeks student artists K-12 across Indiana. This is a unique chance for Indiana youth to become an "official" part of the state's bicentennial history through the arts. The 2016 Calendar will be encouraging artwork relative to Indiana's bicentennial in a fairly broad sense. Click here for more details and how to enter. Deadline for submission is March 20, 2015.

Crawford the Cat is a fun and engaging character that stars in educational health and social skills videos for preschool, kindergarten and early elementary students. Through the use of online games, printable coloring pages, virtual books, and entertaining videos, Crawford imparts simple lessons on personal grooming, manners, exercise and nutrition.

The Office of Child Care's Child Care Technical Assistance Network (CCTAN)
Website featuring a wide range of resources to help communities build integrated child care systems that enable parents to work and promote the health and development of children.

Youth Development and Attainment Certification Program at Harrison College
Through innovative online course delivery, taught by Harvard educated child psychologist and anthropologist Andrew J. Schneider-Munoz, Ed.D.,  CYC-P, you will have the opportunity to increase your knowledge of positive youth development across different practice settings. The Youth Development and Attainment certification program meets both today's demand for flexible schedules and the core competencies needed for successful completion of the national certification examination. Visit to learn more about national certification requirements.

PRISM is a free website that provides collections of online resources for Indiana educators in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The primary collection of digital teaching materials is indexed according to the Indiana Academic Standards and Common Core Standards for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade and secondary education courses.  We have also added the new College and Career Ready Standards to our database, along with most K-12 content areas (outside of Science, Technology and Math).    Since our launch in 2003, our web-based collection of digital resources has grown to over 4,200 highly interactive materials.   Teachers (and afterschool providers) can create an online classroom environment where they can store their course's digital material for their students to access as well as administer assignments and quizzes.      Teachers (and afterschool providers) can share materials across this platform.   

Child Care & Early Education Research Connections provides a continually updated, free, and easily searchable collection of research on child care and early education for researchers and policymakers. The Web site, , provides access to more than 25,000 resources, including original scholarly research, government reports, factsheets and briefs, data sets, and instruments.

The Homework Hotline started in 1991 as a toll-free telephone service. Several online features have been added in recent years, and the iPhone app gives students easier access to Rose-Hulman students that are available as hotline tutors from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday during the school year. Supported by the Lilly Endowment, Inc., the Homework Hotline provides toll-free math and science tutoring services by calling 1-877-ASK-ROSE (1-877-275-7673) or through the website

Resource available Students Stumped by Studies - Thanks to an innovative Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology student, there's now The AskRose app, which links Indiana middle and high-school students with free homework math and science assistance. The app is available at the iTunes App Store

2-1-1 is now State-Wide in Indiana!   All 92 counties with all 6,483,802 Hoosiers now have access to the free 24/7/365 service that helps people find the help they need to obtain safe, affordable housing, food and utilities, mental and physical health care, employment, volunteer opportunities and many other things that can lead to happier, healthier, safer individuals and families in our communities. DIAL 2-1-1 TODAY IF YOU NEED HELP OR IF YOU WANT TO GIVE HELP.

Nonprofit Jobs Board 
The Not-for-Profit News has launched a new jobs database, in partnership with ExactHire, which gives nonprofit employers and workers new tools to promote and manage your job searches.  

Charitable Advisors also now has newsletters for northern and southern IN

JOB OPPORTUNITY: Freetown Village Summer Camp Instructor
Curriculum has been designed to incorporate the Indiana State standard. Each week, children ages 5 - 14 (K-8th) will participate in a series of cultural, social, and community awareness activities. From practical, hands-on history projects, team building exercises, and field trips, children will develop a greater sense of community and personal responsibility. Candidates must be able to commit to 7 full weeks, Monday through Friday (June 8 - July 24, 2015). The work schedule is 35-40 hours per week between the hours of 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. SEE ATTACHED

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2015 Indiana Summit on Out of School Learning
April 13-14, 2015
Register TODAY for the FOURTH Annual Indiana Summit on Out-of-School Learning! This two-day event is the ONLY one designed specifically for out-of-school!
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