Directory of After School Programs
DIRECTORY OF AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
On Wednesday, September 9th After School Activities Partnerships (ASAP) released its annual Directory of after school programs as a supplement in the Philadelphia Daily News. Organized by zip code, the printed Directory looks to share information on all of the after school activities in Philadelphia– from arts & crafts to Zumba – in a format that is comprehensive yet easy-to-use. The Directory currently features thousands of after school opportunities for youth, K-12, throughout the city.
ASAP will distribute additional copies of the Directory to all city schools, libraries, legislative offices and recreation centers. To request copies for your site, please contact Paul Carroll at 215-545-2727 ext. 11 or by email at [email protected]. ASAP thanks the Directory’s sponsors Philadelphia Daily News and Philadelphia Media Network, GlaxoSmithKline, NBCUniversal, the Lenfest Foundation and the Horner Foundation for supporting this critical resource.
Did you know?
ASAP’s Directory is available as a searchable resource with on ASAP’s website, http://www.phillyasap.org, with advanced features and filter options to help families make informed decisions about the after school hours. ASAP’s Directory is available as a feature on the Philly311 Mobile App and additionally this fall, through a partnership with the Mayor’s Commission on Literacy, city residents without home internet access can find a shortcut to ASAP’s Directory on the desktop of every computer in 79 KEYSPOT locations!
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