Promoting Access to High-Quality Afterschool and
Summer Programs for All of Virginia’s Youth

VPOST, the Virginia Partnership for Out-of-School-Time, is a statewide  public-private partnership dedicated to developing and expanding academic, social, emotional, and physical supports and services to school-age children and youth across the Commonwealth of Virginia during the out-of-school time hours – before-school, after-school, vacation periods, and summer.

The Virginia Out-of-School Time Resource Exchange

VPOST link to Resource

A project of VPOST, The Virginia Out-of-School Time Resource Exchange is sub-site for Virginia's Out-of-School Time providers. On this FREE site, browse to find valuable information on afterschool and summer learning programming, get administrative tools and learn how you can sustain and grow. Download tools and templates from other Virginia out-of-school time professionals and share your own. Click here to be re-directed to the site.

Proposed Deep Cuts to Afterschool Programs would hurt Students and Communities

President Donald Trump’s proposed federal budget includes a $1.2 billion cut to after-school and summer programs. In explaining the budget on Thursday, Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said there is no evidence that after-school programs benefit student performance.