How to Start an Out-of-School Time Program
The California AfterSchool Network’s mission is to provide the resources and support needed by the OST field and its partners across sectors to build high-quality OST programs that improve the lives of California’s most vulnerable children, youth, families, and communities.
This short guide (below) is intended to be a brief overview of public and private out-of-school time opportunities in California.
or Federally Funded Expanded Learning Programs in
Includes afterschool, summer, and year-round programs such as:
- Afterschool Safety and Education and Safety (ASES) – State Funds
- Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P) – State Funds
- 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) – Federal Funds
- 21st CCLC After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs) – Fedearl Funds
Out-of-School Time Opportunities in California
Includes community-based organizations(CBO), family-run, private organizations, etc.