About UsThe Missouri School Age Community Coalition is a not-for-profit organization for afterschool providers in the state of Missouri working to unify and support afterschool care professionals. We work to provide quality professional development training, networking opportunities, and avenues for members to get involved at the state-level by joining our active committees and making the world of afterschool better known and valued by our state. By supporting afterschool professionals, we are able to have a positive impact on the great afterschool programs in our state.
Grant AnnouncementThe Afterschool Retreat Reading and Assessment Grant is now open for the 2014-2015 school year. You may download the Grant Application by visiting the Department of Elementary and Seondary Education's website. Grants are for up to $2,000! Deadline is October 17th.
2014 Board of Directors ElectionEach year, there are 8 open seats on the MOSAC2 Board of Directors; there are 19 eligible candidates running for those spots this year. We invite you to visit the Organization Tab for more information.
Professional Development Institute
November 14-16, 2014
Wild About Learning: An Afterschool AdventureHoliday Inn Kansas City SE, CoCo Key Water Resort
9103 E 39th St S
Kansas City, Missouri 64133
Registration is OPEN! Register now!
The annual MOSAC2 Professional Development Institute is an annual conference designed to provide quality training specifically tailored to meet the unique needs of afterschool professionals. Attendees can look forward to:
Interested in Becoming a Member?
Check out our Membership page to learn more about becoming a member. Enjoy the many benefits that come along with membership including:
- Reduced conference rates for state & national conferences
- Dual memberships in MOSAC2 and NAA
- Networking opportunities
- MOSAC2 membership card
- Scholarships to attend MOSAC2's annual Professional Development Institute
- Annual awards recognizing excellence in afterschool
- Professional development opportunities at the state and regional levles
- Quarterly MOSAIC newsletter