Community Events

Racial Battle Fatigue and the Lack of Representation in Mental Health Services for Postsecondary Students | December 2, 2021
Virtual - Many BIPOC students experience racial bias while attending college through racism, discrimination, and microaggressions. Racial Battle Fatigue is a theory that explains how exposure to racial bias can result in detrimental psychological and physiological stress.
Roundtable Discussion: Preparing Future Early Care and Education Implementation Researchers | December 2, 2021
Virtual - Join the Foundation for Child Development at 1:30 ET for a roundtable webinar aimed at addressing issues related to the preparation of implementation researchers in the early care and education (ECE) field.
Helping States Expand and Diversify Registered Apprenticeships | December 3, 2021
This panel will engage experts from the workforce and apprenticeship systems in a discussion of how state workforce agencies and their partners can continue to strengthen links between apprenticeship and existing workforce and education systems.
Advancing Credential Transparency for Economic Recovery | December 8, 2021
Virtual - Today there are almost 1 million unique credentials — diplomas, certificates, certifications, licenses, apprenticeships and degrees of all types and levels — offered within the U.S.
Parents 2021 | December 9, 2021
Virtual - Parents 2021 is Learning Heroes’ annual nationwide research with K-12 parents, teachers, and, for the first time, principals.
Redefining Student Success to Represent Today's Postsecondary Students | December 9, 2021
Virtual - Many students work full-time, support their families, and face financial burdens impacting persistence. During this webinar, we’ll talk to a group or resource experts about what it means for students to be successful in higher education in 2021.
Educator Diversity: Why It Matters & How to Make it Happen - Part 2: Teacher Development, Identity, & Impact | December 9, 2021
Virtual - Join this second webinar on the importance of having an ethnoracially diverse educator workforce and how to make it happen.
Racial Justice in Family Philanthropy Symposium | December 13 - 14, 2021
Virtual - NCFP’s Family Philanthropy Racial Justice Symposium is a two-day virtual learning opportunity for family foundation board members, CEOs, senior staff, and next generation family members seeking to deepen their knowledge around racial equity frameworks and practices.
Farm to Early Care and Education Funders' Webinar | January 12, 2022
Virtual - The W.K. Kellogg Foundation invites you to join a special webinar for funders Jan. 12, 2022 from 1-2:30 p.m. EST to learn about proven strategies to transform systems in farm to early care and education.
The Funders Network’s 2022 Annual Conference: Seize the Moment | March 14 - 16, 2022
San Diego, CA - Mark your calendars for The Funders Network’s 2022 Annual Conference: Seize the Moment, scheduled for March 14-16 in San Diego! We hope to bring together funders from across North America to expand our learning, foster collaboration and catalyze action.
2022 BOOST Conference | April 26, 2022
Palm Springs, CA - Join the largest, most recognized and comprehensive global convening for after school, expanded learning, and in and out-of-school time professionals.