Your Voice Counts

We welcome you to Prime Time’s new survey and research corner where your thoughts and experiences can make a real difference in shaping the out-of-school time (OST) field throughout and beyond Palm Beach County. Your input helps to improve Prime Time’s services and better support you. You help us understand what works and what you and your youth need in order to succeed.


Measuring Social and Emotional Learning

Prime Time has begun their 2018-2019 Measuring Social and Emotional Learning project! We are asking that practitioners take surveys to help understand the SEL needs and strengths of youth.


As a thank you, everyone who participates will receive $75 in gift cards. You will receive a $25 gift card upon completing the first session in October and another gift card worth $50 upon completing the second session in April or May.


In this project, practitioners will assess at least 15 youth in your program. The purpose of this project is to learn about the social and emotional strengths of their youth, support their work with youth and explore the benefits of out-of-school time programming. They will receive all of the results. Quality advisor will review the results with programs and help them develop strategies for supporting youth.


Prime Time will NOT know the identity of youth without parent consent. Their identity will remain confidential. A detailed description of our data privacy and security procedures is available upon request.


To participate please click this link to register:


Your responses will be confidential and anonymous. Prime Time will request your name and contact information in order to award your gift card. However, in our secure, password-protected files, your name and contact information will NOT be stored together with your responses to other questions. No Prime Time staff other than limited research staff will have access to your responses.

Check In

Throughout the year, our survey page will feature new opportunities for you to participating in research. Check in with us often and be the first to share your voice.



Dr. Lisa Lindeman
Director of Research
[email protected]