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February 5, 2020

Remake Learning Days Searching for 2020 Event Hosts

Is your organization or workplace interested in hosting a youth-centered event during Remake Learning Days? Submit your event online today!

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Once again, Remake Learning is looking to celebrate innovative opportunities for youth through their annual festival, “Remake Learning Days Across America (RLDAA)!” The festival highlights events happening in local communities, hosted by a variety of organizations, including schools, libraries, nonprofits, early learning centers, universities, and more! Each event is organized around a learning theme, including: Arts, Maker, Outdoor Learning, Science, Technology, and Youth Voice.

RLDAA is searching for event hosts in 15 regions, including Southwestern Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and more. Additional opportunities are available for organizations that are interested in hosting a “pop-up” event in their location. Submitted events should be innovative, youth-centered (pre-k – grade 12), family-friendly, and open to the public and should provide hands-on learning experiences using one or more Remake Learning Days themes.

Submit Your Event

To submit your event, complete the online submission form. The form has four pages of questions and is available as a printable PDF. Visit the website to view the list of questions.

More Information

RLDAA is presented by Remake Learning with national partnerships with PBS Kids for Parents, Digital Promise, and Common Sense Media, along with many partners and host organizations in 15 regions across the nation. For more information, visit the RLDAA website to view recent updates, read the recap of the inaugural 2019 festival, and access planning guides and tips!

For general questions, contact Dorie Taylor, National Producer, at dorie@remakelearning.org.

*Information provided by RLDAA

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