Learn to support families’ goals around career pathways, finding a new job, getting a GED or high school diploma, accessing job training, pursuing and paying for college and higher education, or starting a business.
Learn to support families’ goals around accessing and reviewing credit reports and scores, building credit, managing debt and student loan debt, and avoiding predatory loans and identity theft.
Learn how to support families’ goals around building savings, buying a car, buying a home, saving for education, and saving for retirement.
Learn to support families' goals around choosing financial products, making and using a budget, accessing public benefits, paying bills, filing taxes, and accessing tax credits.
This Management Minute video shares how one Head Start program used the program planning cycle to achieve a key goal.
Read examples of supporting families to develop specific short- and long-term goals for well-being, along with reflective questions to strengthen this practice.
Explore the six phases and seven steps of goal-setting with families through a case scenario.
Explore strategies on working with families with complex needs.
Head Start staff are often in a position to talk with families experiencing homelessness. Explore strategies and resources to support staff professional development as they work with families.
Learn ways to update school readiness goals to align with the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework (ELOF). Find out how to identify child assessment data to measure progress.