NMOST has focused on strategies communicating why afterschool matters, collected and used data in new ways, convened stakeholders, increased staff capacity and ensured new funding sources to expand our reach. As a result, we have increased the network’s visibility to the local and national OST field tremendously; improved and expanded communications, collection of data and information. We have played a strong role as a convener for a cross-sector of stakeholders; developed a strong strategic vision based on data, field and stakeholder input; and expanded new partnership, including regional representation on the Leadership Council (LC). We have been extremely successful in securing significant new grants and substantial financial sponsors for the NMOST network and NMOST conferences. We have significantly increased our usage and dissemination of relevant data, and we are proud of our ability to bring forward new ideas and moving them toward implementation. As a result of this work, we anticipate that additional local funders, foundations, and corporate sponsors will be identified and cultivated which will result in higher and more diverse income sources for the network. This additional funding will then enable the Network to hire additional support staff, including a data manager or communication manager, which will help the Executive Director accomplish the network’s goals.  




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The New Mexico Out-of-School Time Network (NMOST) brings together policymakers, educators, childcare providers, youth development workers, and other stakeholders interested in ensuring positive youth development opportunities and outcomes through out-of-school time programs.

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