Dothan Housing Awards Scholarships to Three Exceptional High School Students, Reinforcing Commitment to Education and Community Support


From Dothan Housing's press release:

In an inspiring celebration of academic excellence and community support, Dothan Housing (DH) held its annual Susan Morrison Memorial Scholarship Awards Program on July 2, 2024, at the Michael C. Patton Event Center. The event honored three outstanding students from Dothan High School, recognizing their achievements and dedication to furthering their education.

Oklahoma City Housing Authority Hosts Summer Book Giveaway to Promote Literacy


From FOX 25 Oklahoma City:

More than 10,000 books are now in the hands of the Oklahoma City Housing Authority (OCHA). They started giving some away to children Monday afternoon.

The books are coming from a partnership with a national book giveaway program called the Book Rich Environments Initiative.

"I just like reading," Maddox, who received a book, said.

INLIVIAN Scholarship Program Marks 40 Years, 1,000 Student Recipients


From the Charlotte Observer:

Sometime in the early 1970s, John Crawford received an offer he couldn’t refuse.

The Charlotte Housing Authority approached him about a job working with families and children who lived in its dozens of complexes. Crawford, then a school teacher and coach, loved working with children. It was a natural fit and he accepted the offer.

The Sky(scraper)’s the Limit with Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Public Schools’ New Carpentry Co-Op Program


From the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh's website:

Pittsburgh area high schoolers are learning valuable hands-on skills through the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh’s (HACP) new Carpentry Co-Op Program, in partnership with Pittsburgh Public Schools.

American Association of Community Colleges Highlights Columbus MHA Partnership That Provides Housing Opportunities for Community College Students


From the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC): 

Lack of affordable housing is a barrier for many in America and has left many community college students facing homelessness.

More than a quarter (26.6%) of all public community colleges have on-campus housing. And in the last year, more community colleges have been working—often in partnership with outside organizations — to provide affordable housing options for their students.

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