In the News

Occasionally, we have the good fortune of having our work featured in various settings, journals, conferences, opinion pieces, on television and in other types of print publications. Click on the text on the far left for a link to read or watch.  For press inquiries, please contact us at:

Youth Engagement in Collective Impact Initiatives Lessons from Promise Neighborhoods. December, 2020

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OST Providers, Pandemic Time Means Time To Build Relationships. December, 2020

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OST Funders, Here’s How To Step Up: Invest In Organizations’ Capacity. December, 2020

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Playful Learning Landscape Action Network Playbook (find us on page 37!)

November, 2020

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Play Captains on Play Streets: A Community-University Playful Learning and Teen Leadership Collaboration. March 2020

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What is HOMAGO?

December 2019


Turn your block into a Playstreet this summer! May, 2020

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Practitioners Advance Equity and Access in Out-of-School Time Programs. February 2019


NBC10 Television Story about the Play Captains. August, 2019

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Playstreets of Wonder program helps kids get a leg up on summer learning. August 2019


What Youth-serving Groups Can Learn By Using Frameworks From Other Fields. June 2019


This Youth Development Consultant ‘Started in a Coat Closet’.

April 2018

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Use People First Language to Discourage Deficit Thinking About Our Youth. February 2018


‘Either iterate or move on’: Steal Rebecca Fabiano’s work hacks,  March  2017

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Tips for Recruiting and Preparing Your Summer Staff. June 2017


Aligning Youth Work Courses with National Core Competencies. June 2017


How Not to Lose Your Mind Over Every New Trend in Your Field. December 2017


How an openness to learning and opportunity keep this multi-hyphenate do-gooder sane.

February 2017