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We’ve been busy!

2015 was a great year for the California
School-Age Consortium (CalSAC) as we worked to build high quality,
equity driven professionals, local capacity and sustainability and
an influential collective voice for the out-of-school time (OST) field.

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HOURS OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

133,000

YOUTHS IMPACTED THROUGH STAFF
PARTICIPATION IN CALSAC PROGRAMS

LEADERSHIP

Training

5,768

attendees received foundational
youth development training

680

participants received 4,103
combined hours of intensive
professional development

736

online courses completed through
CalSAC’s new e-Learning portal

2,374

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OST professionals received 3,776 combined hours of
leadership development using an equity framework

90%

of fellows in the Leadership Development Institute for
Emerging Leaders of Color said it was very likely they
would apply strengths based leadership to their work

100%

hours of continuing education
and development received by
CalSAC trainers

75%

of participants in the English Learning
Training Project said that English
Learners are now a top or nearly
top priority for their program

95%

of participants in the Summer TA
Network Project said they are now
equipped to develop goals for
continuous quality improvement

of the LDI 360/365 Fellows said the program has
significantly strengthened their understanding of
character in the context of leadership and social justice

ADVOCACY

200
96%

youth and adults advocated at the California
Afterschool & Summer Challenge in Sacramento

OVER

of legislators who were visited by Challenge participants said
they would vote yes to support a budget increase for
the Afterschool Education and Safety (ASES) Program

HALF

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of participants said the Challenge experience inspired
them to engage in advocacy

FYE 2015

“CalSAC gives dignity to the out-of-school time worker.
This is critical; we must recognize, develop, and celebrate the
professionals in our field at every level."

Training

LEADERSHIP

ADVOCACY

Enhancing local capacity
and sustainability

Developing high quality
equity driven leaders

Building an influential
collective voice

“I knew from the moment I
participated in a few CalSAC
trainings that I wanted to
become a trainer because I’d
be part of something bigger.
I’d be growing professionally,
have an outside support
system, and I’d be having fun.”

“CalSAC's Leadership
Development Institute gave me
a new language to articulate my
experience as a leader and a
person of color in the
afterschool field.”

“I learned that youth really
have power in the community
and we can change policy if we
come together.”
  “I learned how to effectively
utilize my voice and advocate
for my passions.”

Field of Power Campaign
In 2015, CalSAC set the goal to raise $50,000 in individual
donations by the end of the year. This was an ambitious goal;
in our 30+ years of operation, CalSAC has never held an individual
giving campaign.
CalSAC’s Field of Power Campaign engages the out-of-school time
field in building an influential, collective voice as well as initiates
a culture of giving in the field.  Our hope is that more OST
professionals and organizations will give and ask others to give
in support of OST education and enrichment.
Thanks to a matching gift from the S.H. Cowell Foundation and the
generosity of hundreds of donors, the 2015 Field of Power
Campaign was a resounding success, setting a foundation for
the future of giving for CalSAC and the OST field.

$58,213
213

TOTAL AMOUNT RAISED
INDIVIDUAL DONORS

233
%
increase over 2014

About CalSAC
For over 30 years, CalSAC has worked to support and advance professionals and organizations in
providing high quality and accessible out-of-school time programs. We envision a California where all
children and youth are fully supported to be healthy, thriving members of their communities and where
out-of-school time programs are a public priority. We approach our work with a commitment to
grassroots, local level engagement, diversifying leadership through equitable and inclusive practices and
by valuing all voices from emerging to experienced.

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