Afterschool programs in Alabama keep kids safe, boost student success, and help parents keep their jobs. Kids achieve more, productivity goes up, and risky behaviors go down.
support public funding for afterschool
say afterschool helps them keep their jobs
say afterschool excites kids about learning
say afterschool reduces the likelihood that kids will engage in risky behavior
are enrolled in afterschool
are waiting for an available program
are alone and unsupervised after school
of kids enrolled in Alabama afterschool attend a 21st CCLC program
in federal funds supports 21st CCLC programs statewide
The statewide afterschool network is working to ensure that all kids have access to high-quality afterschool and summer learning programs.
AMBASSADORS work to ensure that all kids have access to high-quality afterschool and summer learning programs.
Ambassador for 2016-17
The CARE Center
P.O. Box 51
New Hope, AL 35760
Baldwin County School System
2600 A North Hand Avenue
Bay Minette, AL 36507
Birmingham Regional Empowerment and Deve
P.O. Box 310665
Birmingham, AL 35231
Glen Iris Elementary/B.R.E.A.D.
1115 11th St South
Birmingham, AL 35205
Jefferson State Community College
2601 Carson Rd
Birmingham, AL 35215-3098
Bettye Anne Older
Straughn Elementary 21st CCLC
29324 Straughn School Rd
Andalusia, AL 36421
Since 2005, members of the Afterschool Caucus in both the Senate and the House of Representatives have been building support and resources for quality afterschool programs.
Caucus members in your state:
Rep Terri Sewell (D-AL)
For the past 7 years, the Afterschool Alliance has been a proud sponsor organization for national AmeriCorps VISTA projects, supporting State Afterschool Networks and STEM Ecosystems to increase the access to and quality of enrichment opportunities for youth.
Currently there are no Afterschool VISTA locations in your state.