To access the Expanded Learning Collaborative’s tools for program providers (including the afterschool and summer Quality Self Assessments, the Core Competencies, Resource Guide, etc.), click here. To sign up for technical assistance (workshops or coaching), click here. Looking for additional support? The links below will direct you to other valuable resources for program providers operating in San Francisco.
San Francisco Curriculum Planning Resources and Summer Field Trip List
This guide was developed by the SFELC Summer Learning Workgroup to provide a list of local resources that can enhance Summer Learning efforts. Our goal in creating this resource was to support San Francisco’s summer program providers of school-age youth with a tool to help develop curriculum based on a wide variety of subjects and embrace our city as a classroom with incredible learning opportunities through field trips and expeditions. This work was also done in effort to support the State-wide Summer Matters Campaign and National Summer Learning Association with outreach and advocacy about the importance of summer learning. This document was developed for you with heart and passion from current summer providers to support your program in making summer learning enriching and exciting, and decrease summer learning loss for youth in San Francisco.
Fun and Fantastic Enrichment Curricula
This page contains links to a wide range of enrichment curricula, from Astronomy to Music. Check it out and start the fun!
SFUSD ExCEL Afterschool Program Resources
This website has links to ExCEL’s Resource Guide with tips on how to run a quality afterschool program, tip sheets, activity ideas, service-learning projects and more.
DCYF’s OST Grantee Support Page
Resources from the Department of Children Youth and Families to support out-of-school-time program quality.
City College of San Francisco’s Youth Worker Certificate Program
City College has started a new certification program for youth workers.
San Francisco State University Child and Adolescent Development Program
SFSU’s Child and Adolescent Development Program (CAD) will soon launch a new track for youth workers.
A Collaboratively Developed Curriculum by AFATAC Learning Circles
The Afterschool for All Technical Assistance Collaborative, funded by DCYF, developed training module curricual for site coordinators to train staff on various topics such as facilitation, academics, financial literacy, and more.
Statewide Capacity Building and Professional Development Resources:
ASAPconnect links after school programs with assistance providers to facilitate effective regional partnerships, expand after school program capabilities, and improve program quality. Check out the SF County listings on the website’s seearchable database.
California After School Network
A statewide network youth workers and programs can join to help connect to the growing afterschool field, access resources, and help shape afterschool policy.
The California School-Age Consortium (CalSAC)
CalSAC is a great resource for professional development of afterschool staff.