New York State Afterschool Network

New York State Afterschool Network (NYSAN) is a public-private partnership of organizations throughout the state dedicated to increasing the quality and availability of afterschool programs.

NYSAN defines "afterschool" broadly to include all programs that provide support for young people’s intellectual, social, emotional and physical development outside the traditional school day, including programs that serve youth in kindergarten through 12th grade, take place in schools and in community-based settings, and occur both before and after school, and during weekends, holidays and summer breaks.

NYSAN facilitates connections among a broad range of state, regional and local partners representing afterschool program providers, youth, parents, public agencies, advocates, funders, evaluators, technical assistance and training providers, policymakers, businesses, researchers and community leaders.
Visit www.nysan.org for more information.