INNOVATING TOGETHER

EMPOWERING STUDENTS.

SSN MEMBERS SHARE A BOLD VISION: THAT EVERY STUDENT WILL HAVE THE SOCIAL EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE TO SUCCEED IN LIFE.

Since launching in 2013, members have been refining a data-informed, relationship-driven approach to solving shared challenges and improving their practices so that more students receive the support they need and deserve.

SSN INNOVATES: EXPO 2018

JUNE 27, Gibney Dance Center

At SSN, we believe that the solution is almost always “in the room.” The SSN Innovates Expo is our year-end event designed to bring members and leaders together into one “room” to share solutions to our biggest challenges.

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OUR IMPACT

Our impact: connecting 50 organizations around the importance of SEL

50

organizations aligned around the importance of Social Emotional Learning.

Our impact: serving over 150,000 students

150,000

students served through academics & tutoring, sports, mentorship & counseling, STEM, and more.

Our impact: innovating best in class SEL measurements

SEL

Innovating best in class measurement approaches to drive improvement, not evaluation

Tweets by @SuccessNYC:

Having a consistent #summercare arrangement is important for young children’s behavioral and social development, and learning. @CristinaMNovoa explains why: https://t.co/Slq6N84Q04

A valuable resource for educators: "Pursuing Social and Emotional Development Through a Racial Equity Lens: A Call to Action - The Aspen Institute https://t.co/BrG2QC9XgA via @aspeninstitute

Khalid (@thegreatkhalid), barely out of high school himself, creates comforting pop that speaks to the awkward, apprehensive teen in all of us. Watch his performance from the #TinyDesk. https://t.co/Evu9oADSnW

We've heard directly from students that many of them don't feel supported in using their voices. As adults and mentors, we must lead an effort to change that. Learn more about elevating #youthvoice at our #SSNinnovates Expo on June 27th: https://t.co/oC9Om28yWG #NYCnonprofits

A3: I’ve seen over and over that young people are ready to lead. We need to support them in understanding their community's issues and undertaking efforts to change them. Can’t expect students to be passive recipients of info for years & then suddenly start leading. #WhartonForum https://t.co/yv6CDVaonB

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