MOSAC2 PDI 2022 is November 18 – 20, 2022!
We look forward to seeing you at the Lodge of Four Seasons in November 2022!
2022 registration rates will remain the same again!
* Note: We are adjusting the schedule this year in order to help eliminate one night of hotel costs. This year’s conference will start with lunch on Friday so that an overnight stay on Thursday is not necessary. Lunch service will end at 12:20 before the keynote session so please make sure you have arrived in time to eat before her session. Click here to see the Schedule at a Glance.
|Full Conference (F/S/S)||$325||$350||$375|
|Two days F/S or S/S)||$300||$325||$350|
|One day (F or S)||$200||$225||$250|
Group discounts available for 3+ registrations (available in the registration system). Presenters and individuals being recognized (years of service, education, retirement, etc.) should select the “Presenter/Recognition Recipient” option for an automatic $75 discount.
Refund Policy: Cancel by October 15th, receive full refund minus $25 processing fee. If canceling after October 15th, no refund will be issued. If event is postponed by MASN or Lodge of the Four Seasons, registration fees will be carried over to the rescheduled event. If a registered participant cannot attend the conference due to their own circumstances (positive Covid diagnosis, Covid exposure, family emergency, etc.), a program will be allowed to substitute another staff person at no additional cost.
Before you register
You are required to enter a valid MOPD ID when you register for the MOSAC2 PDI
What is the MOSAC Professional Development Institute (PDI)?
The annual MOSAC2 Professional Development Institute is tailored to meet the unique needs of afterschool professionals
- Increase knowledge regarding youth development
- Increase resources for programming ideas
- Increase skills for working with staff, youth, and families of afterschool programs
- Increase networking opportunities with other afterschool professionals to promote collaboration in the community
|2021||Lake Ozark||November 19-21, 2021||The Story of Afterschool|
|2020||Online||November 19-20, 2020||Extraordinary Moments|
|2019||Lake Ozark||November 15-17, 2019||I am…|
|2018||Lake Ozark||November 2-4, 2018||Adventure Awaits: Afterschool|
|2017||Independence||November 17-19, 2017||Beyond the Elements|
|2016||St. Louis||November 10-14, 2016||The Superpower of Yet|
|2015||Springfield||After 3PM: Makin’ It Matter|
|2014||Kansas City||November 14-16, 2014||Wild About Learning: An Afterschool Adventure|
|2013||Columbia||November 8-10, 2013||Afterschool Rocks!|
|2010||Kansas City||November 12-14, 2010||Feel the Power- plug in|
|2008||Springfield||November 14-16, 2008||Come PLAY with us!|
|2007||Kansas City||November 30-December 2, 2007|
|2006||Chesterfield||October 27-29, 2006||CSI: St. Louis (Capturing School Age Identity)|
|2005||Kansas City||October 21-23, 2005||Afterschool is Alive in 2005|
|2004||St. Louis||October 15-17, 2004||Gateway to Quality|
|2003||Kansas City||October 17-19, 2003||Imagine the Possibilities|
|2002||St. Louis||October 18-20, 2002||Bringing Magic to Out of School Time|
|2001||Kansas City||November 29-December 1, 2001||School Age Care and All That Jazz|
|2000||Columbia||November 11, 2000||Why Boys Will be Boys (Dr. Glenn Good – 1 day midyear)|
|2000||Osage Beach||February 11-13, 2000||A Step In Time – Running to Catch the Needs of School Age Care|
|1999||St. Louis||February 19-21, 1999||Celebrate! Meeting the Challenges of Out-of-School Time|
|1998||Kansas City||February 27-March 1, 1998||In Tune with Out of School Time|
|1997||Columbia||March 7-9, 1997||Coloring Outside the Lines: Expanding Your World|
|1996||St. Louis (NSACA)||April 25-27,1996||Changing the World – One Child at a Time|
|1995||Kansas City||February 10-12, 1995||The Faces of School-Age Care|
History of MOSAC2 and the MOSAC2 PDI
For over thirty years, the MOSAC2 Annual Professional Development Institute has provided high quality professional development to afterschool professionals working with children and youth in a variety of out-of-school time settings.
The Missouri School Age Community Coalition was originally known as the Missouri School Age Care Coalition and was a stand-alone 501c3 organization until 2015.
“Drawing together a diverse group of SAC professionals from Missouri and Kansas for the purpose of coalition-building, the National School Age Child Care Alliance presented a training seminar at Penn Valley Community College in October 1992. As a result of this workshop, the Missouri SAC Task Force was convened and, in November 1992, at the Missouri School Age Child Care Institute, a coalition initiative was undertaken. With the adoption of a Mission Statement and the election of officers in January 1993, the Missouri School Age Care Coalition became a reality.”
— Quote from Membership Brochure – circa 1995
The Bylaws state that MOSAC2 was organized November 20, 1992. The Mission as stated in 1992-1997 was: The Missouri School Age Care Coalition will serve as an advocate to improve and expand the quality, availability, and professional status of School Age Child Care statewide, through the promotion of:
- Training/Professional Development
- Public Awareness
- Legislative Process
- Community Collaboration
As part of a Strategic Planning Session, the following was adopted in 1997: The Mission of the Missouri School Age Care Coalition is to support and unify professionals in providing quality out of school programs.
In 2005, MOSAC2 changed their name to the Missouri School Age Community Coalition.
In 2015, the MOSAC2 Board of Directors merged with the Missouri AfterSchool Network’s (MASN) Steering Committee to form a new Afterschool Leadership Team. The newly combined Afterschool Leadership Team continues the tradition of working with local conference committees to host an educational and engaging annual event!
The MOSAC2 PDI provides high quality education sessions for attendees and meets the requirements of the Youth Development Credential. MOSAC2’s PDI workshops meet the Missouri and Kansas Core Competencies for Youth Development Professionals and identify the level of training for participants. Presenters are requested to submit information to the Missouri Professional Development Registry and RFP’s are submitted to state licensing agencies for approval for training hours.