Free webinar on supportive services available for Nebraska students

Pages-from-Extra-Credit-BookletNebraska Appleseed invites you to attend our upcoming webinar regarding supportive services for students in Nebraska, Extra Credit: A Guide to Resources for Non-Traditional, Parenting, and Low-Income Learners on Thursday May 2 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

James Goddard, director of Appleseed’s Economic Justice and Health Care Access programs will give you the information you need to help students and young parents get access to programs that help meet their basic needs and support their goals of higher education and meaningful employment.

What will you gain from this webinar?

  • Knowledge of basic public assistance programs available to students and young parents

  • Materials specifically designed to help young parents succeed in college

  • Tools to help low-income students achieve economic independence

Register for this informative presentation and Q&A

For more information, please contact Trisha Thompson at tthompson@neappleseed.org

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