TXPOST Partnerships

It would be impossible to meet our goals without creating strong partnerships and discovering high quality providers of OST programming. One of the keys to increasing the quality and availability of out of school time programs across Texas is the creation of a sustainable structure of statewide, regional, and local partnerships. TXPOST is actively developing partnerships with OST stakeholders across the state. For more information about becoming a TXPOST Partner, contact TXPOST.

Partner Organizations

For more information about the exciting work taking place in Texas and across the nation to promote the quality and accessibility of out of school time programs, visit the Partner Organizations web page.

How to Partner with us
  • The YMCA
  • Boys Club Girls Club
  • It's Time Texas
  • Youth Voice ATX
  • ACE 21st Century
  • Zero Robotics
  • Creative Action
  • One Voice Central Texas
  • Learn All the Time
  • Funding Afterschool Programs
  • Excel Beyond the Bell, San Antonio
  • San Juan Diego High School

Regional Networks

Regional networks are groups of providers and stakeholders who meet regularly to offer professional development opportunities, discuss best practices, work on quality initiatives, engage in system building work and advocate for the field of out of school time. If you are interested in learning more about starting or connecting with a Regional Network, please contact TXPOST info@txpost.org

Currently operating networks and coordinating initiatives include: After the Bell Alliance – Dallas, Fort Worth SPARC, Excel Beyond the Bell-San Antonio, Borderland Out of School Time Network-El Paso and surrounding communities, Learn All the Time-Central Texas, and South East Texas Afterschool Association, United Way of Houston and HCDE-CASE.

TXPOST has met with stakeholders in El Paso, Tyler, Lubbock, and the Rio Grande Valley to discuss the needs of their communities and explore forming networks to connect out of school time providers.

Texas Regional OST Networks

TXPOST’s partnerships with diverse organizations across the state support the success of existing Regional OST Networks and advance the launch of new networks. Visit the Regional OST Networks web page for more information and to find a network in your area.

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National Advocates