Spring Coffee Break 2017


Take a Break!

Public Profit will be hosting a series of free 30 minute webinars this spring. Join us during your coffee break to learn more about professional learning communities, quality, how to make meaning out of your data, and more! See below for details on each and register now.



February 28th, 2017 at 10-10:30 AM Pacific Time

Learn best practices in Professional Learning Community design and bring your questions about how to make a PLC work in your out-of-school time setting. View the webinar recording and resources here!



March 14th, 2017 at 10-10:30 AM Pacific Time

Quality is the hinge between youth participation in programs and youth outcomes. Discover critical ways to bridge the gap between research and your practice. View the webinar recording and resources here!



April 25th, 2017 at 10-10:30 AM Pacific Time

Teams are being asked to use data more often, but it can be overwhelming. Master fun, participatory ways to get your team engaged in making meaning out of your data. Start dabbling now!



May 24th, 2017 at 10-10:30 AM Pacific Time

Expanding your program model can be challenging, especially if there is no written guidance or training developed. Learn how your organization can jump-start this process. Register now!


Catch up with Public Profit!

We'll be out and about this spring. Swing by at these events and say hello!

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