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The South East Texas Afterschool Association (SETAA) is an association of professionals working together to enhance and facilitate developmentally appropriate care for school-age students during non-school hours. The association’s primary goal is to serve the needs the professionals who provide programs for K-12 students and their families. We do this by: promoting awareness of the need for quality programs, facilitating the training of professionals and initiating and assisting in resource development, information exchange and networking in the profession. SETAA mobilizes afterschool professionals from 13 counties in South East Texas as a local affiliate of the Texas Afterschool Association (TAA), the state affiliate of the National Afterschool Association (NAA).
Membership is open to all persons interested in promoting, supporting and sustaining out-of-school time programs for school-age students and their families. Local SETAA membership also provides automatic membership with the Texas Afterschool Association (TAA). Below are the benefits of becoming a member:
o SETAA Benefits
· Discount to CASE for Kids training
· Quarterly lunch and learn sessions
· Networking opportunities
· Marketing and promotion opportunities for your organization
o TAA Benefits
· TAA e- Newsletter (quarterly)
· Discount to OSTICON (Out of School Time Initiatives Conference - statewide)
· Discount to Regional TAA trainings (up to $10 off)
o Free Ambassador membership to NAA (separate online registration)
· AfterSchool Today Digital Edition
· NAA e-Newsletter
· Discounts on program materials and supplies from NAA Advocate members
· Continuing Education
· Discount to annual NAA Convention
Individual and Organizational Memberships are available:
o Individual Membership $30.00
|Click here for SETAA Membership Form.|
SETAA Board Members
James Gill, Interim President – American Rising Stars, Inc.
Patterson, Treasurer – Fort
Bend ISD Extended Day Program
Barganier – Be A
Ashleigh Salinas, Intern – Lamar CISD
Contact us at: email@example.com
The Texas Partnership for Out of School Time (TXPOST) is a statewide network of nonprofit, public and private sector partners dedicated to increasing the quality and availability of out of school time (OST) opportunities for Texas youth.
To serve their mission, TXPOST is the leader of statewide efforts to:
Founded in 2010 by a collaboration of public and private organizations, TXPOST is the 40th statewide network funded by the C.S. Mott Foundation to pursue the development of statewide OST systems that will serve youth, families and communities across the state. In just two years TXPOST has become the statewide OST advocacy and policy leader thanks to the contributions of statewide OST experts and advocates, and to the support of the Mott Foundation’s nation-wide network of state OST advocates.