Building Foundations for Economic Mobility E-Newsletter

The Office of Head Start (OHS) is renewing its focus on increasing families' economic stability. The National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (NCPFCE) and OHS are pleased to announce the Building Foundations for Economic Mobility Newsletter Series. Resources in these bi-monthly newsletters will help you improve your program’s efforts to help families become more financially independent and economically strong.

May 2017 | Issue No. 7

In this issue, we focus on the work of community action agencies (CAAs) and their efforts to assist low-income families achieve economic stability.

March 2017 | Issue No. 6

This month, we are launching our new Building Foundations for Economic Mobility (BFEM) learning community. Also, check out our upcoming events and helpful links.

January 2017 | Issue No. 5

In this issue, we recap 2016 and look ahead to more exciting learning opportunities in 2017.

October 2016 | Issue No. 4

​​​​Find resources to help families build financial capabilities using free money management curricula. Also included are our newest resources, helpful links, and upcoming events.

August 2016 | Issue No. 3

Find resources to help families access adult education and workforce training that will lead to better paying jobs and career opportunities. Also included are our newest resources, helpful links, and upcoming events.

June 2016 | Issue No. 2

Find helpful links to materials about the topic of fathers and economic stability. Also explore the newest resources and upcoming events to assist families, including the links to on-demand webinars.

April 2016 | Issue No. 1

Explore handouts and recommended links from the Building Foundations for Economic Mobility webinar series. Practice engaging families during challenging conversations and find free tax help. Register for our next Building Foundations for Economic Mobility webinar.

Topic:Family Support and Well-being

Keywords:Economic mobility

Resource Type: Article

National Centers: Parent, Family and Community Engagement

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