This month Misha Malyshev announced his new position with After-School All-Stars, as a member of the Board of Directors. Both Misha and Teza Technologies have been actively involved with the organization, and look forward to continuing their work with the staff and students. Recently, Misha Malyshev hosted the ASAS Program Director’s Retreat in Washington D.C. The three-day program worked to create a common understanding of best practices throughout out the program’s national network.
Founded in 1992, ASAS has continued its mission to keep children from families of poverty, safe and guide them to succeed in school and in life. The ASAS programs include academic support, development opportunities, as well as healthy activities. ASAS programs are present in 12 U.S. regions: Atlanta, Chicago, Columbus, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco Bay Area and South Florida.
Leading provider of year-round, comprehensive after-school programs, After-School All-Stars (ASAS), has partnered with the largest service event in the world, Global Youth Service Day (GYSD). ASAS has supported the work of GYSD through collaborative programming with Youth Changing the World. GYSD events were planned in more than 100 countries this year, involving more than one million youth. The types of events vary per location, but all are dedicated to a day of service for children and youth. Although the GYSD was officially scheduled for April 11-13, participating organizations host their events throughout the month of April.