Our year-long Creative Youth Development (CYD) webinar series continues.
While the first sessions focused on CYD fundamentals, this summer’s webinars focus on the growing field of library-based CYD.
In this three-part series presented by the
National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards (NAHYP) and the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), participants will explore best practices in CYD library programming, learn how the humanities are incorporated into these programs, and review the overall NAHYP application process. Continue reading “CYD in Libraries Summer Webinar Series”
We’re producing a year-long webinar series designed to increase understanding of CYD practice, build capacity, and advance the field.
The first three webinars are focused on CYD fundamentals. In the months ahead, we’ll be adding to this exciting line-up with deeper dives into the
five imperatives of the CYD national policy agenda, including webinars on cross-sector collaboration, documenting and communicating impact, promoting youth leadership, and more. (Check out the CYD in Libraries webinars, and the Evaluation series, too.)
Continue reading “2017 Creative Youth Development Webinar Series”
As part of National Arts in Education Week programming last fall, Americans for the Arts hosted the following webinar, Creative Youth Development – What You Need to Know:
Learn more about Creative Youth Development as part of Americans for the Arts’ (AFTA) webinar series: “Arts Education: What You Need to Know” on Tuesday, September 15 at 3pm. The President’s Committee on the Arts & the Humanities will join partners from the National Guild for Community Arts Education and the Mass Cultural Council to discuss this emerging field
Register for the 20-minute webinar, and continue the conversation with leaders from around the country in Twitter using #CYD from 8-9pm (ET).