The National Summer Learning Association is pleased to present the 2018 Summer Changes Everything™ Conference Webinar Preview Series. The series features some of our conference presenters, as they share a little bit of what you can expect at their workshops. These recorded webinars are a great way to learn more about conference offerings this year in Kansas City. Join us as we countdown to the conference!
|Title||Guest Speaker||Description & Registration|
|American Camp Association||Laurie Browne & Tori Barnes, American Camp Association||NSLA is excited to feature the American Camp Association at this year’s conference. Join us as Laurie Browne and Tori Barnes share a preview of some of the sessions they will host this year.|
|Engaging High School Youth as Peer Leaders||Laurie Jo Wallace, Managing Director of Training and Capacity Building, Health Resources in Action||Laurie Jo Wallace, Managing Director of Training and Capacity Building at Health Resources in Action previews her workshop on how to use peer leadership models and youth development practices in summer settings.|
|Summer Meals||Derrick Lambert, Senior Manager, Center for the Center for Best Practices, No Kid Hungry Campaign||When school is out, children can face a nutrition gap during the summer months. Derrick Lambert, Senior Manager for the Center for Best Practices at the No Kid Hungry Campaign, will join us to share opportunities for activity providers to incorporate summer meals into their programs to boost attendance, increase access to nutritious meals, and reduce stigma in a welcoming environment that promotes inclusiveness.|
|Public Library Partnerships||Melissa Dease, Youth Services Administrator, Dallas Public Library||Are you a program provider looking to increase capacity? Are you a librarian looking to increase your impact in the community? Melissa Dease, Youth Services Administrator at the Dallas Public Library will share how they have forged relationships that leverage their strengths to bring more learning opportunities to more students.|
|STEAM and Social Emotional Learning Skills||Kendra Watkins, School Year Programs & South Bay Region Manager, Camp EDMO||Jump into the world of STEAM while developing Social Emotional Learning Skills with youth. Kendra Watkins, School Year Programs & South Bay Region Manager Camp for EDMO will preview her session techniques and strategies to plan and implement STEAM programs that support the development of the whole child through inclusion of Social Emotional Learning.|