This list provides direct access to the iPD courses that have a more focused lens on building belonging and diversity in early childhood settings.
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.
The Family Economic Mobility Toolkit shares information, ideas, inspiration, and hands-on resources to help Head Start staff partner with families on their journeys toward economic stability and mobility.
Family services managers can use this tool as a road map to plan and organize family services tasks and activities throughout the program year.
Take this learning course on the Individualized Professional Development (iPD) Portfolio to improve your knowledge and practices about building strong, strengths-based partnerships with families.
Explore this nine-module course to learn more about using data to enhance your work with children and families using the Measuring What Matters resources.
Explore this four-module course for knowledge and strategies you can use to effectively provide family services, available through the Individualized Professional Development Portfolio.