Upcoming Webinars

Please note: All webinars are recorded. Archived recordings, powerpoint presentations, materials, and transcripts from the Q&A are posted on our archived webinars page. Certificate of attendance is available upon completion. If you watched the webinar as a group, please contact us to receive individual certificates.

Connecticut Head Start on Housing Pilot Program

October 12, 2PM – 3:15PM Eastern

Head Start and Early Head Start programs are uniquely positioned to see the needs of families experiencing homelessness, including the need for direct housing assistance. While programs are able to identify a family’s housing needs, they are rarely equipped with the direct resources to help house a family…until now. The Connecticut Head Start on Housing Voucher pilot program has shown tremendous results after the first year, including successfully housing families by putting housing vouchers directly into the hands of Head Start programs.

Join SchoolHouse Connection along with LULAC Head Start, the Connecticut Department of Housing, Connecticut Head Start Collaboration Office/Office of Early Childhood, the National Center for Housing and Child Welfare, and the National Head Start Association to learn more about this approach, including how other programs and states can replicate it.

Advocating for Students Experiencing Homelessness in Missouri

October 14, 2PM Eastern

This webinar is part of a series hosted by SchoolHouse Connection and its Policy Fellows for residents of targeted states who want to learn more about youth homelessness issues and convenient ways they can advocate for effective policy change, and get others in their community to do the same.

Advocating for Students Experiencing Homelessness in Massachusetts

October 20, 12PM Eastern

This webinar is part of a series hosted by SchoolHouse Connection and its Policy Fellows for residents of targeted states who want to learn more about youth homelessness issues and convenient ways they can advocate for effective policy change, and get others in their community to do the same.

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