Upcoming PCY Events


PCY offers a number of high-quality events throughout the year. Whether you are a program manager, a director, or line staff, we have workshops that will speak to your specific needs. Learn more about upcoming PCY events by clicking below.


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Previous PCY Events


2017 Expanded Learning Symposium – Thursday, February 23, 2017
UC Berkeley, Clark Kerr Campus, 2601 Warring Street, Berkeley, CA
Registration – $89/participant

Creating Opportunities that Matter is the theme for our first ever combined HousEd, Summer Matters, and PCY conference. Bringing together educators focused on leveraging after school, summer learning, and housing communities to create learning opportunities that matter.

More information on the conference can be found on the conference website, but if you have any questions please contact Annquenetta Lawrence at (510) 830-4200 or annquenetta@partnerforchildren.org.


Youth Program Management and Leadership Training – November 3-4
East Bay Community Foundation, 200 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Oakland, CA 94612
Facilitated by Daren Howard
Registration – $299/participant

Motivation is the key to leadership and learning. Discover sustainable, systematic ways to move from managing your team to engaging and empowering your team so that they can do the same for students. Managing staff means ensuring that they are compliant with OUR expectations. Engaging staff means getting them excited about YOUR interests and goals. Empowering staff means giving them the skills and space to pursue THEIR passions, interests, and future. The YPML management framework supports staff and students.


2016 Summer Matters Leadership Conference – January 22, 2016
Allen Temple Baptist Church, 8501 International Blvd., Oakland, CA
Registration – Free

The 2016 Summer Matters Leadership Conference is designed for K-12 district administrators, program directors, managers, site coordinators, and any other personnel responsible for planning, designing, and/or managing a summer learning program.
To download conference materials and relive the conference, visit the recap page.


2016 HousEd Summit – February 4th & 5th, 2016
Preservation Park, 1233 Preservation Parkway Oakland, CA
Registration – Free

The 2016 HousEd Summit is designed for those who support children and youth services in housing to gain skills, network, and share resources. This two day free conference focuses on Service Leaders on day one, and point-of-service workers on day two.

For a full schedule of the two days presentations, click here.


2016 Quality Standards Conference – February 19, 2016
Alameda County Education Center, 125 14th Street, Oakland, CA
Registration – $187

The only conference that provides workshops that support the expanded learning field in the improvement of program quality both at the point of service and programmatic levels using any program quality assessment tool.
For a full list of workshops and a list of frequently asked questions click here.


2016 Summer Matters Program Staff Conference – May 13, 2016
Allen Temple Baptist Church, 8501 International Blvd., Oakland, CA
Registration – Free

The 2016 Summer Matters Program Staff Conference is designed for site coordinators, line staff, and teachers working directly with youth in a summer learning program.
To register for the 2016 Program Staff Conference, click here. Visit the conference website for more information about workshops and presenters at the event.


2016 HousEd Stakeholder Gathering – May 19, 2016

East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation, 6818 Lion Way, Suite 105, Oakland, CA

A gathering of stakeholders in the HousEd program to learn, celebrate, and move forward and transform the impact we have made into the imprint we leave.

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