Jun
3
9:00 AM09:00

Campaign Connect-New Jersey Network-Wide Summit 2019

This event is held to celebrate all that the Campaign Connect-NJ schools have experienced and accomplished this year. The summit will be held at Rutgers University, Cook Student Center (59 Biel Road, New Brunswick, NJ).

Objectives for Campaign Connect schools attending this event include:

  • Connect with and learn from other schools across the Campaign Connect network

  • Spend time with your school’s stakeholder team, working to make progress through the 6-step cycle

  • Celebrate the progress all schools have made in improving their climate & culture, including schools that have completed the six-step cycle and are  moving through it again

  • Prepare for next year and look ahead to sustainable implementation of Campaign Connect

 

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Mar
12
8:30 AM08:30

Peer Group Connection (PGC) Information Session for New Jersey Schools

This session will be held at Creative Arts Morgan Village Academy (990 Morgan Blvd., Camden, NJ 08104). You can register for this session at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CreativeArtsMorganVillage.

PGC Information Sessions provide an opportunity for educators to see the  school-based peer-to-peer mentoring program structure, share best practices, experience outreach activities led by PGC peer leaders, and provide an opportunity to speak with experienced PGC faculty advisors, administrators, and students.

 Participants will ...

  • Learn proven practices that help create greater youth voice and leadership

  • Identify the critical components that contribute to successful implementation of school-based peer mentoring

  • Explore impact data of peer mentoring in improving social-emotional learning, school culture and safety through reduced discipline referrals and chronic absenteeism

  • Witness peer mentoring in action through activities facilitated by peer  leaders 

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Mar
6
9:00 AM09:00

Peer Group Connection (PGC) Information Session for Pennsylvania Schools

This session will be held at Thomas A. Edison High School (151 West Luzerne Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140). You can register for this session at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EdisonHighSchool.

PGC Information Sessions provide an opportunity for educators to see the  school-based peer-to-peer mentoring program structure, share best practices, experience outreach activities led by PGC peer leaders, and provide an opportunity to speak with experienced PGC faculty advisors, administrators, and students.

 Participants will ...

  • Learn proven practices that help create greater youth voice and leadership

  • Identify the critical components that contribute to successful implementation of school-based peer mentoring

  • Explore impact data of peer mentoring in improving social-emotional learning, school culture and safety through reduced discipline referrals and chronic absenteeism

  • Witness peer mentoring in action through activities facilitated by peer  leaders 

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Mar
4
8:30 AM08:30

Peer Group Connection (PGC) Information Session for New Jersey Schools

This session will be held at The Pennington School (112 West Delaware Avenue, Pennington, NJ 08534). You can register for this session at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PenningtonSchool.

PGC Information Sessions provide an opportunity for educators to see the  school-based peer-to-peer mentoring program structure, share best practices, experience outreach activities led by PGC peer leaders, and provide an opportunity to speak with experienced PGC faculty advisors, administrators, and students.

 Participants will ...

  • Learn proven practices that help create greater youth voice and leadership

  • Identify the critical components that contribute to successful implementation of school-based peer mentoring

  • Explore impact data of peer mentoring in improving social-emotional learning, school culture and safety through reduced discipline referrals and chronic absenteeism

  • Witness peer mentoring in action through activities facilitated by peer  leaders 

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Feb
14
8:30 AM08:30

Peer Group Connection (PGC) Information Session for New Jersey Schools

Join us at Little Falls School No. 1 (32 Stevens Avenue, Little Falls, NJ 07424) for a PGC Information Session to learn how a school-based, peer-to-peer mentoring model to improves social-emotional learning. At this session, you will:

  • Learn proven practices that help create greater youth voice and leadership

  • Identify the critical components that contribute to successful implementation of school-based peer mentoring

  • Explore impact data of peer mentoring in improving social-emotional learning, school culture and safety through reduced discipline referrals and chronic absenteeism

  • Witness peer mentoring in action through activities facilitated by peer  leaders 

Register here.

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Feb
1
8:30 AM08:30

Peer Group Connection (PGC) Information Session for New Jersey Schools

Join us at Hightstown High School (25 Leshin Lane, Hightstown, NJ 08520) for a PGC Information Session to learn how a school-based, peer-to-peer mentoring model to improves social-emotional learning. At this session, you will:

  • Learn proven practices that help create greater youth voice and leadership

  • Identify the critical components that contribute to successful implementation of school-based peer mentoring

  • Explore impact data of peer mentoring in improving social-emotional learning, school culture and safety through reduced discipline referrals and chronic absenteeism

  • Witness peer mentoring in action through activities facilitated by peer  leaders 

Register here.

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Jan
30
to Feb 1

National Mentoring Summit 2019

This annual summit will be held at the Renaissance in Washinton, DC. CSS wll be conducting 2 workshops at the Summit:

  • Peer Group Connection: School-Based Peer Mentoring to Promote Student Leadership and Engagement - presented by Margo Ross (Managing Director, Communications & Development) and Beshon Smith (Executive Director, DE, MD, & Washington, DC) on Thurday, January 31, 2019

  • Are We Making a Difference? Low-Cost, High-Impact Strategies for Evaluating Peer Mentoring Programs - presented by Sherry Barr (Managing Director, Operations & Evaluation) and Lindsay Shouldis (Director of Evaluation & Data Management) on Friday, February 1, 2019

For more information about the Summit, go to https://www.mentoring.org/national-mentoring-summit/

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Jan
29
8:30 AM08:30

Peer Group Connection (PGC) Information Session for New Jersey Schools

Join us at The Pennington School (112 West Delaware Avenue, Pennington, New Jersey 08534) for a PGC Information Session to learn how a school-based, peer-to-peer mentoring model to improves social-emotional learning. At this session, you will:

  • Learn proven practices that help create greater youth voice and leadership

  • Identify the critical components that contribute to successful implementation of school-based peer mentoring

  • Explore impact data of peer mentoring in improving social-emotional learning, school culture and safety through reduced discipline referrals and chronic absenteeism

  • Witness peer mentoring in action through activities facilitated by peer  leaders 

Register here.

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Dec
13
10:45 AM10:45

Peer Group Connection Information Session for New York City

This information session will provide an opportunity for educators to see school-based peer-to-peer mentoring program structure, share best practices, and learn more about PGC hands-on, including a chance to speak with experienced PGC faculty advisors, administrators, and students. This event will be held at Frank McCourt High School (145 West 84th Street, New York, NY).

Click here to register for this event.

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Dec
12
9:00 AM09:00

Peer Group Connection Information Session for New York City

This information session will provide an opportunity for educators to see school-based peer-to-peer mentoring program structure, share best practices, and learn more about PGC hands-on, including a chance to speak with experienced PGC faculty advisors, administrators, and students. This event will be held at Lyons Community School (223 Graham Avenue, #337b, Brooklyn, NY 11206).

Click here to register for this event.

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Dec
10
9:30 AM09:30

Peer Group Connection Information Session for North Carolina

This information session will provide an opportunity for educators to see school-based peer-to-peer mentoring program structure, share best practices, and learn more about PGC hands-on, including a chance to speak with experienced PGC faculty advisors, administrators, and students. This event will be held at Green Central High School in Snow Hill, NC.

Click here to register for this event.

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Nov
30
11:30 AM11:30

Peer Group Connection Information Session for North Carolina

This information session will provide an opportunity for educators to see school-based peer-to-peer mentoring program structure, share best practices, and learn more about PGC hands-on, including a chance to speak with experienced PGC faculty advisors, administrators, and students. This event will be held at Northern High School in Durham, NC.

Click here to register for this event.

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Nov
29
12:45 PM12:45

Peer Group Connection Information Session for New York City

This information session will provide an opportunity for educators to see school-based peer-to-peer mentoring program structure, share best practices, and learn more about PGC hands-on, including a chance to speak with experienced PGC faculty advisors, administrators, and students. This event will be held at University Prep Charter High School (600 Saint Ann’s Avenue, Bronx, NY 10455).

Click here to register for this event.

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Nov
14
8:30 AM08:30

Celebrating Supportive Schools Breakfast

Join CSS to celebrate another year of helping more than 50,000 students experience safer and more supportive, engaging, and inspiring learning environments. Our first-ever Celebrating Supportive Schools Breakfast will be held on November 14 in Princeton. This free fundraising event will highlight CSS’s work in three areas: developing all students into leaders; empowering teachers to collaborate with each other and with students; and engaging entire school communities to improve how learning happens.

More information and registration here

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