Registration Closes January 20th
Five Sessions on Thursdays
9:30 - 11:30am on Zoom
January 27 - March 24
This cohort is for out of school time directors, site coordinators, and other leaders to focus on building SEML in their programs. Participants will have the opportunity to examine what social, emotional, and mindfulness learning look like. We will explore being mindful and what it means to teach mindfulness. Participants will assess the benefits of making and maintaining positive connections. Strategies and techniques to practice SEML every day will be presented. Participants will use resources to build a SEML plan for their program with input from staff, child, and family. Click here to download the flyer. Questions? Email Abigail Blodgett, SEL Project Coordinator at
Guided Resource Walk Through Trainings
If you have questions about these trainings, or you would like to request a guide introduction training for your program, please email or call (603) 206-6848.
This guide seeks to support afterschool programs with the development of policies that seek to include all children and youth. Research shows many positive outcomes from participation in afterschool programs that intentionally address growth in personal and social skills.
Social and Emotional Learning takes place in all contexts that children and youth participate: their homes, schools, out-of-school time environments, and communities. The field of afterschool’s commitment to Social and Emotional Learning can make a profound difference in the lives of the young people served, and in the adults who guide them.
If you would like to request a printed copy of one of these guides,
please email Quantities are limited.
Abigail J. Blodgett, NH ASMP & ECMP
Social and Emotional Learning Project Coordinator
ACROSS NH, a project of SERESC
165 South River Road, Unit F
Bedford, NH 03110
Art by Mercy, 12 years old
ACROSS NH is a project of the Southeastern Regional Education Service Center (SERESC) and is funded by the Bureau of Child Development and Head Start Collaboration. Our goal is to provide statewide technical assistance and professional development opportunities to afterschool providers to support their work in creating high quality, innovative programs for schoolage children.