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Advisory Committee Application

ASAPconnect’s Mission

After School Assistance Providers Connect (ASAPconnect) is a statewide technical assistance (TA) capacity building project, leveraged to provide strategic support to After School Education and Safety (ASES), 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC), and other after school programs in California.  ASAPconnect, a project of the Santa Clara County Office of Education, aims to build exemplary TA with the capacity to support the diverse needs of after school programs across the state.

Advisory Committee Charge

The ASAPconnect Advisory Committee is a geographically and professionally diverse group of individuals that will advise the staff to chart the course of ASAPconnect.

ASAPconnect is committed to working cooperatively with others and to providing the after school TA community with relevant resources and services. ASAPconnect is also committed to not reinventing the wheel and to be an efficient and effective resource for the field. To ensure that these ideals are upheld, ASAPconnect’s Advisory Committee will serve in the following capacities:

  1. Programmatic feedback, advice, and accountability: As a representative of the TA community, Advisory Committee members will provide regular input on planned activities, offer suggestions for future initiatives, and ensure that the ASAPconnect remains focused and viable.
  2. Promotion and Advocacy: As an ambassador for ASAPconnect, Advisory Committee members will promote ASAPconnect and its resources and help identify and procure external support.

Expectations of Advisory Committee Members

ASAPconnect Advisory Committee members will be expected to meet quarterly with at least 75% annual attendance. Two of those meetings are held in person in a variety of California locations throughout the year, and the remaining two are held via webinar.  Due to ASAPconnect’s limited travel budget, Advisory Committee members agree to participate on a voluntary basis.

Currently scheduled meeting dates include

  • January 30, 2014, 2:00-4:00 pm, Webinar
  • May 22, 2014, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, Face-to-Face at Santa Clara County Office of Education, 1290 Ridder Park, San Jose, CA 95131
  • July 22, 2014, 2:00-4:00 pm, Webinar

The ideal Advisory Committee member will be: a team player, objective, innovative an effective and constructive communicator, an active participant and open to the possibilities! For further questions, please contact:

Diego Arancibia
Interim Director
ASAPconnect
408-453-6589
diego_arancibia@sccoe.org

Membership
The Committee includes up to12 afterschool leaders that understand the broad scope of quality technical assistance to afterschool programs.   Makeup of the committee will consider geographic distribution, content/skill expertise, connections to potential partners and similar qualities that will advance our purpose. When vacancies arise, new members are sought through an open application process.  Members can serve a two-year term, with the option to renew for two additional terms.

To apply to be an ASAPconnect Advisory Committee member, please complete the application and submit no later than November 22, 2013.

 

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* Required information.
Name *
County *
Job Title *
Organization *
Mailing Address
City, State, Zip Code
Daytime Phone Number
Email Address *
Briefly describe your involvement/role in afterschool
Geographic Diversity: Please check boxes next to all descriptions that apply to you.
Provide TA primarily to rural after school programs
Provide TA primarily to suburban after school programs
Provide TA primarily to urban after school programs
Located in northern California
Located in central California
Located in southern California
Provide TA to ASES or 21st Century programs
Provide TA to after school programs funded elsewhere
Area of Expertise: Please list and describe the areas in which you have at least two years of experience, education, or related expertise relevant to the technical assistance field of afterschool (e.g., training of trainers, one-on-one mentoring with after school program staff, organizational development, leadership development forming or shaping after school collaboratives, professional learning communities, peer mentoring systems etc.)
Relevance: Please describe how your past experience will support the ASAPconnect’s mission. What resources can you bring to the Advisory Committee?
Connections: Please list specific local, regional and state-level organizations, associations, and networks with which you will be able to communicate regarding ASAPconnect and its development.
Are you available to travel to different California locations for quarterly Advisory Committee meetings and other ASAPconnect events?
Yes
No
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