Day at the Capitol (1)

Join us for our Annual Day at the Capitol

Join us this year for a Celebration of Expanded Learning Opportunities in the Capitol Galleria, including cake, balloons and youth sharing how #AfterschoolWorks. The day will include:

8am-4pm Expanded Learning in Afterschool & Summer display in Galleria
8:30-11am Round Table Discussion with Stakeholders & Legislators
12pm Celebration with Youth sharing in the Galleria

Since this year is short legislative session (only 35 days on even years) with limited legislative or budget opportunities, we will be focusing on connecting with champions and shining a light on the amazing afterschool and summer learning opportunities happening in Oregon. Please contact if you are interested in bringing youth to participate or have questions, or simply fill out this Registration Form to let us know you are coming.

President Trumps 2019 Budget Proposes Elimination of all Afterschool Federal Funding

1.7 million youth around the country rely on 21st Century Community Learning Centers, and over 14,000 in Oregon alone would face the reality of losing access to affordable, quality afterschool and summer programs if funding was eliminated. Help us fight back and share your story of how #AfterschoolWorks with your congresspeople!

Spread the Word…Expanded Learning Opportunities Support Student Success

State of Afterschool Survey

Take the inaugural annual State of Afterschool survey, and help the Afterschool DSC_0321Alliance tailor their resources to meet your needs and interests in the coming year. They  want to know what you see as the biggest challenges ahead, how they can best help you, and what information is important to you.
Responses will be shared with the field and the funders who invest in afterschool. Make sure your views are represented! The survey will be open for response until January 31st.

History of Afterschool Documentary

This exciting new documentary will come out later this spring!

What do you know about OregonASK’s partners?

OregonASK is built on partnership- from the local to national networks we are members of- we know that collaboration and connection are the basis of community and the best way to support children. Learn more about OregonASK’s partners on our partners page– including how you can get involved!

Welcome to the new OregonASK website! Resources you’re looking for may have moved or may not be available online at this time. If there is something specific you’re looking for but can not find contact us here and we will do our best to find it for you.