INSPIRATION STATION WORKSHOPS

Inspiration Station Workshops are an informal way to bring a more intimate group together to share perspectives about specific area(s) of interest. Hosting an inspiration station is a great opportunity to share best practices, new ideas, or get feedback and is NO COST for conference attendees and exhibitors. Each Inspiration Station hosts 8-10 people and will be chaired by a designated person offering explorations aligned with the BOOST Conference core values. 

Joining an Inspiration Station is a chance to learn something new, outside the traditional workshop setting, and to join groups of your peers who share similar challenges or questions that you have. It's a great chance to build connections and create opportunities for collaboration.

To host an Inspiration Station workshop, please submit an application today

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Deadline to submit: March 31, 2018. Inspiration Stations are available on a first-submitted, first-scheduled basis. You must be registered to attend and your account paid in full to be scheduled for an Inspiration Station. 

Questions about Inspiration Stations? Contact Marissa Nieves-Serna at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

marissa 


Wednesday, May 2nd

10:30am-11:15am

Station A:

Tech Tools to Immediately Impact Your Afterschool Program
Steve Biondi, Marketing, Kinderlime, Santa Clara, CA

Station B:

Healthy Behaviors Initiative: Learn How to Develop Exemplary Practices in Healthy Eating, Physical Activities, and Food Security in Afterschool Programs
Ngoc Nguyen, Program Coordinator, Center for Collaborative Solutions, Sacramento, CA

Station C:

 

Station D:

 

Station E:

Inspiration STE(A)M!
Jessica Spica, Regional Elementary Manager, Lakeshore Learning, Carson, CA

Station F:

“Hands-On” STEM Projects: Making Science Easy for Staff and Fun for Children!
Jeff Salzman, CEO, Nature-Watch, Agoura Hills, CA

 

11:30am-12:15pm

Station A:

Build the Next Generation of Political Leaders
Sara Guillermo, Chief Program Officer, IGNITE, Oakland, CA

Station B:

Youth Leadership
Elmer Axume, Site Coordinator, arc, Los Angeles, CA  

Station C:

Math, No Problem! Fun Ways to Help Students Succeed in Math
Mary Curry, Math Enthusiast, MANGO Math Group, Snohomish, WA

Station D:

 

Station E:

The Soccer for Success Method: 8 Steps to Teach Soccer and Healthy Life-Styles
Michael Vaughan-Cherubin, Assistant Director of National Partnerships, U.S. Soccer Foundation, Washington, D.C.

Station F:

Math and Reading Activities that Make a Difference
Rich Stuart, Vice President, Learning Wrap-ups, Inc., Layton, UT 

 2:45pm-3:30pm

Station A:

Let's Talk About STEM!
Suzanne Hill, Project Assistant, Power of Discovery: STEM, Orange County Department of Education, Costa Mesa, CA

Station B:

 

Station C:

Literacy Fun"die"Mentals
Jane Felling, Consultant, Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Station D:

 

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Thursday, May 3rd

10:00am-10:45am

Station A:

Experimenting in Space - Inspiring STEM Learning the Intergalactic Way
David Koh, Director, Quest Institute For Quality Education, San Jose, CA 

Station B:

Skillastics: The Large Group Solution for Fitness, Sport Skills, Character, and STEM Games!
Jess Wadleigh, National Account Manager, Skillastics, Corona, CA

Station C:

WIOA and After-School Programming
Whitney Fowler, Product Development and Training Specialist, Attainment Company, Inc., Verona, WI 

Station D:

How to Motivate Kids to Read More at Home!
Emily Moberly, Founder/CEO, Traveling Stories, San Diego, CA

Station E:

Super-Charging Student-Driven Clubs
Cindy McCann, Executive Director, Every Monday Matters, Burbank, CA

Station F:

 

11:00am-11:45am

Station A:

 

Station B:

  

Station C:

5 Mindful Ways to Shift the Climate of Your Program
Julia Gabor, Mindful Founder, Kid-Grit, Redondo Beach, CA

Station D:

 

Station E:

Experience Wonder Kits! Affordable and Easy for Staff, Hands-on and Fun for Students!
Mallory Davis, Director of Training and Resources, Wonder Kits, Dallas, TX

Station F:

California Summer Matters Network
Nazaneen Khalilnaji-Otto, Director, Summer Matters, Partnership for Children & Youth, Oakland, CA

1:15pm-2:00pm

Station A:

 

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Station C:

Using Energizers as a Way to Build Teams
Greg Shamie, Director of Staff Development, Leadership Program, New York, NY 

Station D:

 

Station E:

Sport Stacking with Speed Stacks: A Hands-on Learning Experience!
Matt Burk, Director of Afterschool Programming, Speed Stacks, Inc., Englewood, CO

Station F:

 

 Updated as of 2/15/18

 

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