“We helped Single Stop come to Boston because we were seeing the actual tangible resources Single Stop was unlocking for their clients and putting real cash and real benefits in the hands of students.”
Margaret Hall, Executive Director & Co-founder, New Profit
“If it wasn’t for single Stop I would not have been the honor roll student on the dean’s list all these years.”
Diane McManus, Single Stop Client, BHCC Student
“These findings suggest that having a one-stop shop for nonacademic wraparound services and financial support can play a valuable role in promoting student success in college.”
Lindsay Daugherty,Ph.D., Policy Researcher, The RAND Corporation
“Single Stop has been working to create an intervention to support young people to persist longer in community colleges, we all know that college is a critical tool for both financial and personal success in life for young people, but particularly low income young people.”
Lance Potter, Director of Evaluations, New Profit
“We live on a three-legged stool, we have to have the financial means to get our students through whether they are missing food, transportation or a home, having their taxes done or benefits evaluated and gotten. The second leg is the system of support, academic, social, and emotional. Without those services, the third leg, which is the academic in-class piece can’t stand.”
Pam Eddinger, Ph.D., President, BunkerHill Community College
“Single Stop is very tangibly doing some important opportunity gap work, and filling some opportunity gaps.”
Rahn Dorsey, Chief of Education, City of Boston
“In a reference earlier to the cost of text books, $200 is a real barrier to our students. If you have to choose, right now today, between taking the T or eating today, what do you do?”
J. Noah Brown, President & CEO, Association of Community College Trustees
Provide coordinated access to the safety net and connect people to the resources they need to attain higher education, obtain good jobs, and achieve financial self-sufficiency – all through a unique one-stop-shop.
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A 28-year-old mother, Maria works full-time but struggles to pay her bills and feed herself and her daughter. To do so, she relies on the local food pantry every month to supplement her groceries. She scrapes by, but barely. She knows she needs help providing for her family’s future, but doesn’t know where to get it. Single Stop has a solution.
Single Stop looks for staff members who are passionate about providing low-income families, students, and individuals across the country the resources they need to move up the economic ladder. Our work is arduous and our goals are ambitious. Our staff members are collaborative, inspiring, and always up to the challenge. Single Stop is an equal opportunity employer.