The Wisconsin HOPE Lab, in collaboration with Single Stop, the Healthy Minds Study, and the Association of Community College Trustees announce the release of a new research report that assesses food and housing insecurity among community college students. Read Hungry To Learn Authors Sara Goldrick-Rab, Katharine M. Broton, and Daniel Eisenberg surveyed more than 4,000 students at 10 community colleges in California, Louisiana,…
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GreenLight Fund takes a venture capitalist approach to philanthropy, providing seed money to organizations and ideas with the potential to make incredible social impact. We’re proud to partner with GreenLight Fund, and be a part of such an innovative form of philanthropy. Read more on GreenLight Fund in the Philly Inquirer, here.
Each week, NY1 News airs a 2-minute segment on an inspirational person who is making a positive impact in the New York area. This segment is called “New Yorker of the Week.” Following an anonymous nomination, NY1 has selected Elisabeth to be the “New Yorker of the Week” for the week of August 9th. She…
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When Single Stop Partner, Springfield Tech Community College, saw students dropping out for financial reasons, they ramped up initiatives to level the playing field. Transforming knowledge into opportunity. To see the full story click here.
Single Stop’s work in the Gulf was featured in the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report. Click here to read the full article.
New York Times writer, Tina Rosenberg, honors Single Stop in her “Big Ideas in Social Change, 2014”. In the article she rounds up several organizations taking non-obvious approaches to improving big social problems. Read The full article here!
Single Stop client Ruben Gomez tells his harrowing journey to cover his sons medical expenses while working and completing his degree; As well as the lifesavers he found in Miami Dade College Single Stop Office. Read More
The Washington Post features Single Stop client Ruben Gomez and family in an informative article on the struggles facing student parents, as well as the effective intervention of Single Stop and other nonprofits connecting campuses to social services. Go to Article