After School Matters: Managing Rapid Local Expansion as Young Organization

Author(s)
The Bridgespan Group
 
Date
2004
 
Source
 
Abstract
Founded in 2000, After School Matters has worked hard to expand after-school options for Chicago teens. The organization has developed a rich array of programs by leveraging partnerships with government agencies and private sources for facilities, staff, and other resources. ASM is now working to diversify its funding base. The young organization is also putting in place financial systems, evaluation processes, and organizational infrastructure to support its rapid growth.
 
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