Date Recorded: January 26, 2022
Duration: 90 Minutes
Price: Free for Value Plus and Webinar Package
$120.00 for other members
$240.00 for Non-members
Approximately 1 in 10 American young adults ages 18 to 25, and at least 1 in 30 adolescent minors ages 13 to 17 are estimated to endure homelessness on their own over the course of a year. Youth who experience homelessness face unique barriers to accessing and completing higher education, including barriers to financial aid. In this webinar, participants will: review the federal definition of homelessness, and the causes and consequences of homelessness among unaccompanied youth; review current federal policies designed to remove barriers to financial aid; preview changes to federal financial aid policy for homeless youth made by the FAFSA Simplification Act; and learn practical strategies from higher education professionals, including financial aid administrators, for implementing these policies and supporting homeless youth.
Compliance Products Manager
Higher Education Program Manager
At Edquity, we are redesigning the social safety net by building technology-enabled solutions that support the equitable, fast, and secure distribution of cash assistance. We partner with colleges and universities, local governments, municipalities and charitable organizations to ensure the right funding gets to the right folks at the right time. Our team of experts have helped design impactful and sustainable cash assistance programs, distributing more than $85M in federal and charitable funding to nearly 100K people in 2021 alone.
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