2020 Census: Protecting Vulnerable New Yorkers Through a Fair & Accurate Count
February 6, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Are you an educator, after-school provider, or part of another social service organization that serves children? Are you concerned about what a census undercount means for your program, students or community?
Join Citizens’ Committee for Children & the New York Counts 2020 Coalition for an interactive forum about the upcoming Census!
For leaders and staff in child and family serving programs in communities throughout the city — including early education programs, youth programs, schools, community-based organizations, and faith-based organizations — we will provide information and resources on how you can engage the children and parents you serve, as well as your staff, in the 2020 Census.
Interactive breakout sessions will be held targeted for individuals who work with young children and their families, individuals who work with adolescents and their families, and individuals looking for information to engage their staff, colleagues and peers, with tools developed by New York Counts 2020 coalition members and Scholastic.
8:30 – 9:00 AM Check-in & Light Breakfast will be available
9:00 AM Introductions
Bijan Kimiagar, Associate Executive Director for Research, CCC
Liz OuYang, Coordinator, New York Counts 2020
9:15 AM Warm-up Exercise by Amy Torres, Director of Policy & Advocacy, Chinese-American Planning Council
9:45 AM Understanding Hard to Count Areas in NYC, Steve Romalewski, Director of CUNY Mapping Service
10:15 AM Breakout Sessions*
Educating & engaging young children and their families
facilitated by Ann Amstutz Hayes, Senior Vice President, Scholastic National Partnerships
Educating & engaging high school and older youth
facilitated by Laura Jankstrom, Director of Civic Engagement Programs, CCC, Jennifer Swayne, Chief Strategy Officer, Brooklyn Community Services, & Yolanda Colon, Deputy Director of Youth Services, Brooklyn Community Services
Educating & engaging your staff, colleagues and personal networks (Currently at Capacity)
facilitated by Sophia Halkitis, Data Analyst, CCC & Quinn Rhi, Civic Participation Senior Associate at MinKwon Center for Community Action