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									Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                 Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                                         Contents
• Programs
   Philadelphia School District’s Summer      Philadelphia Youth Network (PYN)
      Learning & More (SLAM!)                    WorkReady*
   DHS-Funded Out-of-School Time (OST)* Recreation & Parks
   Free Library of Philadelphia               Mural Arts Program
   Police Department                          Police Athletic League (PAL)
   Behavioral Health/Mental Retardation       Human Services*
      Services                                Philadelphia Zoo
   * These programs are subcontracted to and operated by non-profit organizations



• Useful Links to Up-to-the-Minute Information

• Directory of Locations & Registration
  Information

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                             Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                          Important Dates


– Youth Commission Summer Youth Opportunities Fair: May 11
– Last day of public and parochial schools: Friday, June 18
– Some City Pools begin opening June 18; all will be open by July 1
– SLAM!: Tuesday, June 29 – Wednesday, July 28; Registration
  began May 3 at youth’s current public school
– H.S. WorkReady applications being accepted on-line as of May 3
– Many programs will operate within the time period between
  Tuesday, July 6 and Friday, August 13

    Registration dates vary for different program opportunities
                 (Reference Companion Directory)

– First day of public schools, School Year 2010/2011: TBD
– First day of parochial schools, School Year 2010/2011: September 7


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                      Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                  School District of Philadelphia




   Summer Learning and More (SLAM!)

The Summer Learning and More (SLAM!) is to provide
appropriate skill development in core subject areas and
enrichment opportunities, resulting in an increase in
student achievement and an increase in promotion and
graduation rates




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                             Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                            School District of Philadelphia

            Summer Learning and More (SLAM!)

• The School District of Philadelphia’s Summer Learning and More
  will offer academic and enrichment opportunities to over 50,000
  students in the public school system

• Students who are not making progress or students at schools which
  are not making progress, are invited to attend SLAM!, which will run
  from Tuesday, June 29 to Wednesday, July 28, 8am-2:30pm

• Students who attend will receive a full day of academic and
  enrichment instruction designed to help them get back on track and
  ready for the next grade




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                           Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                        School District of Philadelphia


                Who is Eligible for SLAM!?
• PRE-KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS
   – 4 and 5 year old Pre-Kindergarten students from Empowerment
     elementary schools who will be entering Kindergarten in
     September


• ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
   – All K-7 students at Empowerment schools and students who
     have failed one or more courses at Non-Empowerment schools

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                             Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                            School District of Philadelphia


                   Who is Eligible for SLAM!?
• 8th GRADERS (“Rising 9th Graders”)
   – All current 8th graders, regardless of academic standing, are
      urged to attend their nearest Empowerment high school for
      programming that will focus on how to succeed in high school, and
      opportunities for credit recovery, if needed

• HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
   – All high school students, regardless of academic standing, are
     urged to attend one of the 29 Empowerment high schools for credit
     recovery and advancement




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                               Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                 School District of Philadelphia
                     Summer 2010 Programs
• Summer Academy (107 Schools)
   – High Needs schools (Empowerment, Renaissance Eligible and
     Renaissance Alert Schools)

• Summer Program (10 Schools)
   – Non-High Needs schools (Non-Empowerment and Vanguard Schools)
   – 3,400 teachers, student/teacher ratio is 20:1

                        SLAM! Attendance Policy
                  Every Child in Every Class Every Day on Time
    Absences in excess of two (2) days will result in student attendance being
  counted solely for enrichment, and not credit recovery, or promotion purposes




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                      Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                 School District of Philadelphia

   Summer 2010 Programs’ Integration with SLAM!

• City of Philadelphia Out of School Time (OST)
  Summer Camp Partnerships and Freedom Schools
   – At 45 elementary and middle empowerment schools



• Expanded Collaboration with Philadelphia Youth
  Network WorkReady
   – At all 29 empowerment high schools



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           Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                        School District of Philadelphia

Hold for Map w/Empowerment Schools




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           Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                               Summer SLAM! Resources




School District: $47 million

PYN WorkReady: $17 million

DHS-funded OST: $2.8 million

BHS/MRS: $2.2 million




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                             Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                              WorkReady Philadelphia


                               Summer Opportunities for
                                  12,000 Youth to:

                             Work 6 weeks / 120 hours

                             Earn wages - $870

                             Gain valuable work experience
3 types of experiences:
             • Service       Build work-readiness skills
             Learning
        • Work Experience    Serve the community
    • Internships
Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                WorkReady Philadelphia


       System-building
   • High quality worksites
   • Project-based instruction
   • Electronic payments to
     youth
   • Worksite monitoring
   • Professional
     development for worksite
     supervisors
                       Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                        WorkReady Philadelphia

                 2010 Service Priorities

• Build an integrated youth services system
• Partner with the School District’s Summer School and
  OST High School Programs
• Target off-track youth in 10th & 11th grade
• Target high crime districts
• Build provider capacity to increase #’s in 2011
                        Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                        WorkReady Philadelphia



                     Who is Eligible?
• Youth between the ages of 14 – 21
• Resident of Philadelphia
• Eligible to work in U.S.
• Income eligible (TANF guidelines)
           Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                          WorkReady Philadelphia




    Youth Apply On-line:
www.workreadyphila.org/youthapp

           Questions?
 Call the WorkReady Philadelphia
    Youth Hotline: 267-502-3742
Or email: youth@workreadyphila.org
                           Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                        Department of Human Services

                 Out-of-School Time (OST)
                 Year-Round Programming

• Project-Based Learning Approach with Age-Appropriate
  Program Models
   – Elementary Schools (137)
   – Middle Schools (50)
                                          67 total programs in 45
   – High Schools (23)                    Empowerment Schools
   – Community-Based Sites (#)
   – Operated by 77 different non-profit organizations


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                                                 Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                                           Department of Human Services
                                       OST Program Models
                                                       MIDDLE

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                 M EN T                Project Based Learning                                           H



      ·   K – 5TH GRADE                      ·   6TH – 8TH GRADE                     ·   9TH – 12TH GRADE
      ·   3 HOURS DAILY                      ·   3 HOURS DAILY                       ·   2 HOURS DAILY
      ·   5 DAYS EACH WEEK                   ·   3 DAYS EACH WEEK                    ·   2 DAYS EACH WEEK



              Academic
                                                      Career                                     Career
             Enrichment
                                                     Awareness                                 Exploration
                                                                                   Group
                            Physical
   Arts                                      Social               Group            Sports                     Clubs
                            Activity
                                           Awareness              Sports


                                                                                 Paid/Unpaid
 Cultural                                                                                                    Academic
                             Trips                                Recreational   Experiences
Enrichment                                   Clubs                                                            Support
                                                                    Activity                     Social
                                                       Academic
                 Literacy                                                                       Activities
                                                        Support




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                             Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                          Department of Human Services


               Out-of-School Time (OST)
               Year-Round Programming

• Capacity: 11,000 slots serving over 18,000 youth each year
   – 71% elementary-aged youth
   – 18% middle school aged-youth
   – 11% high school-aged youth

• Physical Locations: 210 programs are at 134 Public Schools and 76
  community-based sites




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      Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                Department of Human Services


Hold for Map Slide




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                        Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                      Department of Human Services

                  OST Summer 2010

High School Programs will operate as part of SLAM! via PYN’s
    WorkReady program beginning July 6 (1,194 youth)

Middle and Elementary OST programs at Empowerment Schools
    will be integrating services in Summer Academies and
    Freedom Schools and offering aftercare until 5:00 pm, June
    29 – July 29, 8:00am – 2:30pm and then, full-day summer
    camps through to August 13 (2,940 slots)

Remaining Middle and Elementary OST programs not at
   Empowerment Schools will be offering full-day summer
   camps, July 6 – August 13 (6,860 slots)


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                            Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                 Recreation Department


 Recreation Neighborhood & Specialty Camps
• Neighborhood Camps
  • Affordable, fun and safe summer programming for children,
    where each camp offers arts & crafts, sports, trips, educational
    activities, games and more
  • Targeted to youth ages 5-12
  • 170 camps at 130 Recreation centers, capacity 6,247
  • 6-week program; some with individual encampments
  • Weekdays, beginning Tuesday, July 6-August 13 from 9am-
    3pm
  • Fees vary by site




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          Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                         Recreation Department


Hold for Map of Rec Centers




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                            Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                   Recreation Department

     Recreation Neighborhood & Specialty Camps
• Specialty Camps

        Varied ages!    Various dates!      Various locations!

  Cultural Camps                         Sports Camps
        Art                                      Girls Softball
        Theater                                  Golf and Mini-Golf
  Special Needs Camps                            Soccer
  Environmental                                  Baseball
  Teen Leadership                                Basketball

                         Total Capacity: 1,155

                      For all Recreation Camps:
     Visit us on the web at www.phila.gov/recreation or reference
                       the Directory for details

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                                    Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                        Free Library of Philadelphia

                          Summer Reading 2010
• Citywide at all libraries June 16–August 11
• Drop-in program for kids and teens; read and participate in library
  activities to earn stickers and win prizes
• Special activities available at each library
• Participate online June 1 – August 31
                   Summer Reading 2010 Outreach
•   Behind the Screen pilot project connecting teens, film, and media literacy skills
•   Summer Reading to Go - Library staff will visit SDP Summer Academies and
    Enrichment Programs, June 20 - July 28
•   Staff will visit Recreation Centers, OST sites and any summer program to
    present a literacy activity so children and teens can participate

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                                   Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                         Free Library of Philadelphia
         Summer Reading Literacy Coaching Program
• Funded by Philadelphia Youth Network Summer WorkReady Program
• 60 Philadelphia teens will be provided extensive training in how to
  support reading, writing and literacy skills
• Teen Coaches will provide table-top literacy activities for young children
  in library branches as part of Summer Reading




• Hands-on Physical Science and Electricity Workshops at 20 libraries
  between June 29 - July 31
    • Sign ups start May 24 at participating libraries

Call The Office of Public Service Support (215-686-5372) for locations,
       schedules, and more information or reference the Directory

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            Free Library of
             Philadelphia
            Summer 2010
              Programs




            Science in the Summer
                  Locations




8/12/2011
                            Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                   Mural Arts Program

                     Mural Arts Program
Mural Arts’ award-winning Art Education programs provide 1,500
underserved Philadelphia youth each year with access to quality art
education and youth development experiences through the mural-
making process
Professional artists serve as teachers and mentors and provide a
positive environment where students gain art-making, community
organizing and leadership skills
MAP conducts 3 distinct summer youth programs


          For more information contact 215-685-0726 or email
        maneesha.sane@muralarts.org or reference the Directory


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                                   Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                               Mural Arts Program

ArtWorks! seeks to empower young people to share their stories and
expand their skill set through a multi-media applied learning model
incorporating innovative and socially-conscious programs and projects;
serves at-risk and truant youth

Big Picture is a year-long art education and mural training program that
welcomes youth artists of all ability levels and seeks to expose youth to various
media and arts experiences; meets twice a week during after school hours and five
days a week in the summer; serves youth ages 10-14

    Mural Corps is a year-long art education program that engages high school
    youth in the mural-making process; provides critical job skills and increasing
    educational opportunities while cultivating virtuosity in the fine arts; provides
    stipends during the school year, part time employment during the summer, and
    opportunities for scholarships and pre-college art programs; meets twice a
    week during the school year and five days a week in the summer; serves
    youth ages 15-21
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                              Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                               Mural Arts Program




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                             Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                         Police Department

       Police Department Summer Camps

• Youth Police Camps for youth interested in law enforcement
   – Rising 3rd – 5th Graders, 60 Camp Cadets, June 21 – June 25
     – Rising 6th – 8th Grades, 60 Camp Cadets, June 28 - July 2

•   G.R.E.A.T Summer Camps
     – 5-week camps for 10 - 14 year olds, June 21 - July 23, at three
     Recreation Centers

•   “Heads-Up” Program
     – A roving, 1-hour program for middle school aged youth designed to
     be integrated within summer camps, upon request

• Police Explorer Cadet Program
     – Year-long program on Saturdays for 14 - 20 year olds
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                                Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                   Police Athletic League


              PAL Summer Programs

• Science Camp
   – Two 1-week encampments in July for youth ages 8-13


• Field Trips and Activities

   –   Art Museum
   –   Double Dutch Competition
   –   Philadelphia Eagles Training Camp
   –   Horseback Riding
   –   PAL Day at the Zoo (June 29)
   –   PAL Night at the Phillies (August 11)


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                              Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                   Police Athletic League

               PAL Summer Sports Programs

• Baseball                         • Junior Golf
   –   Home Run Derby (200)           – Intro (250) May - June
   –   Teams/Games (800)              – Phase II (100) June - Aug
   –   Ages 7-15                      – Phase III (125) Aug 16 - 20
   –   June 28-July 30

                                   • Girl’s Basketball (125)
• Tennis (unlimited capacity)         – Ages 7-14
   – Ages 8-17                        – One-week encampment
   – July 6-August 13                   August 2-6




             For more information and registration, visit
             www.phillypal.com or call 215-291-9000 or                 33
                       reference the Directory
Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
 Police Department and Police Athletic League




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                                 Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                              Behavioral Health and Mental Retardation Services

              2010 Madeline Moore Summer Camp Grants

•   Individual grants up to $600 per child to attend a recreation camp of the
    parent’s choice
•   Open to children and adolescents in Philadelphia who receive behavioral
    health services funded by the Department of Behavioral Health

•   Children can attend camps that offer specialties such as basketball,
    swimming, art, theater, over night camping, martial arts, dance and
    equestrian camps
•   The grant began in 1998 and has grown significantly since; over the past
    few years, the Department of Behavioral Health has annually funded as
    many as 1,400 children

•   Deadline for applications: May 31, 2010

             For additional information contact (215) 685-4765 or
             terence.young@phila.gov or reference the Directory

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                      Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                   Department of Human Services


     Positive Youth Development
• Programs provide a wide array of cultural,
  athletic, life skills, community services and
  other socialization and recreational programs
  for children and youth of all ages
• 24 year-round programs with seven having
  specific Summer activities; capacity: 339
• Varying days, times, and structure

     For information and referral, call 215-683-4000 or
               reference the Directory
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                                   Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                  Department of Human Services

                      Positive Youth Development
                   7 with Distinct Summer Programs
•   Amongst Men                         •   Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs
•   The Attic Youth Center                  Coalition
                                        •   Pathways Pa
•   Breakthrough of Greater
                                        •   Pennsylvania School for the Deaf
    Philadelphia
                                        •   Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence
•   Community Education Alliance
                                            Network
•   Communities in School
                                        •   Philadelphia Chinatown Development
•   Congreso                                Corporation
•   Covenant House                      •   Physicians for Social Responsibility
•   Federation of Neighborhood          •   Simmons Youth Development
    Centers                                 Guild
•   Friends Youth Association           •   Taller Puertorriqueno
•   Giving of Self-Partnerships         •   Teen Shop
                                        •   Temple University for Intergenerational Learning -
                                            Grandma Kids/Family Friends
                                        •   Turning Points for Children (FAST) (Kids & Kins)
                                        •   Urban Tree Connection
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                Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                          Department of Human Services


Hold for map of PYD programs




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                              Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                         Philadelphia Zoo


Kids Go Wild for Summer Camp at the Philadelphia Zoo!

• Children, ages 3 to 15, have the opportunity to learn about the
  wonderful world of 1,300 animals in an exciting environment
• Full-day and half-day programs ranging from one to three weeks in
  length in June, July and August
• Extended day options (before and after camp) are also available
• All programs are targeted to specific age groups and have distinct staff
  to camper ratios
• Varied fees
• Limited openings remain

For registration information visit www.philadelphiazoo.org or call
  215-243-5601 for more information or reference the Directory



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                             Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                                    Useful Websites


Year-Round & Current Informational Sources

          www.connect211.org               Information on all health and human
                                           services, quickly retrievable by service and
                                           location. Also, coming soon: Call 2-1-1

          http://www.phila.k12.pa.us/slam/School District SLAM! site with up-to-the
                                          minute information




          www.pyninc.org                   Stay abreast of WorkReady application
                                           details and other PYN programs


          http://pcaps.phmc.org            Web portal to DHS-funded Out-of-School
                                           Time (OST) program information (funded by
                                           DHS)


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                        Summer 2010 Youth Opportunities
                                                           Useful Websites

Year-Round & Current Informational Sources
        www.phillyasap.org        ASAP and its annual Daily News Inserts list
all                               kinds of after school opportunities.



        www.phila.gov             Portal to all City departments, e.g.
                                  Recreation, Human Services, Library
                                  and Police

        www.phillypal.com         Site of the Philadelphia Police Athletic
                                  League



        www.sp2.upenn.edu/ostrc   An array of resource information for those
                                  interested in youth development and OST
                                  activities




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