Category Archive for: Single Stop in the News

Spotlight on emergency expenses: Nearly half of New Yorkers couldn’t cover a $400 emergency expense with cash

Despite the improvement of the economy both locally and nationally, 45 percent of New Yorkers and 41 percent of Americans couldn’t pay for an emergency expense of $400 with cash or its equivalent. The latest Poverty Tracker spotlight on emergency expenses underscores the financial vulnerability faced by many New Yorkers and how race and ethnicity… Continue Reading Spotlight on emergency expenses: Nearly half of New Yorkers couldn’t cover a $400 emergency expense with cash

CUNY’s ‘Single Stop’ Program Provides Holistic Support

https://diverseeducation.com/article/133852/

Read this profile from Diverse Education about how Single Stop is partnering with City University of New York to help students access the benefits they need to thrive in school!

Blue Love: A Student’s Perspective on Single Stop

https://www.nashccnews.com/news/2018/12/blue-love-a-students-perspective/?utm_content=bufferaca39&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Celebration of the Power of Possible Gala 2018: Innovation to Impact

Single Stop and The Fedcap Group are pleased to invite you to the 2018 Celebration of the Power of Possible Gala—Innovation to Impact on Monday, November 26th at Cipriani’s at 110 East 42nd Street in New York City. The Fedcap Group is a global, growing network of top-tier nonprofit agencies, dedicated to advancing the economic… Continue Reading Celebration of the Power of Possible Gala 2018: Innovation to Impact

“Without Single Stop’s Assistance I Would Be Lost”

http://www.phillytrib.com/news/for-many-in-college-hungry-homeless/article_039fde72-ea6c-5eeb-af6c-2e1211589646.html

Single Stop National Education Director Sarah Crawford Interviewed on In the Know with ACCT Podcast

https://intheknowwithacct.podbean.com/e/episode-11-single-stop-with-sarah-crawford-national-education-director/

Listen to the latest episode of the In The Know Podcast to hear Sarah Crawford, Single Stop USA’s National Education Director, discuss the impact Single Stop is making on community college matriculation. Single Stop USA provides coordinated access to the safety net and connect people to the resources they need to attain higher education, obtain… Continue Reading Single Stop National Education Director Sarah Crawford Interviewed on In the Know with ACCT Podcast

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How Higher Ed Can Restore Public Trust

Single Stop Featured in Inside Higher Ed, 9/1/2017 Authors: Anthony P. Monaco, E. Gordon Gee and Eduardo Padrón The next generation of young Americans is in need of a change. They face unprecedented pressure to follow a defined path to success. They’re often stuck in silos, surrounded by peers who match their political ideologies, economic statuses, religions,… Continue Reading How Higher Ed Can Restore Public Trust

A Journey From ‘Real World’ to Homeless Shelter — and College

“You’re in this purgatory where you’re falling in and out of society. You spend a lot of time by yourself when you’re homeless because you get tired of explaining yourself to people.”   Elizabeth A. Harris of The New York Times profiles LaGuardia Community College (LGCC) student, Preston Roberson-Charles. He explains his journey from a… Continue Reading A Journey From ‘Real World’ to Homeless Shelter — and College

Getting an Education While Homeless

Jordan Frias of Spare Change News, a Massachusetts newspaper that serves as a resource for people in need of services, spoke with Bunker Hill Community College student Michael Curran, who knows what it is like to be homeless and struggling in school. He is also familiar with the life changing assistance of Single Stop. Click below to… Continue Reading Getting an Education While Homeless

Study Finds Single Stop Increases Student Persistence

Social Innovation Fund Sponsored Study Finds Single Stop Increases Student Persistence The Social Innovation Fund-sponsored study was funded through New Profit and spearheaded by independent evaluators at RAND. The study observed low-income, first-time college students and tracked Single Stop programs at 11 community college campuses. Overall, the evaluators found that students who use Single Stop… Continue Reading Study Finds Single Stop Increases Student Persistence

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