Question

U.S. public schools enrolled 1,301,239 children and youth experiencing homelessness during the 2013-2014 school year.
(Source: National Center for Homeless Education)

Membership

Become a NAEHCY Member

Support NAEHCY's mission to improve futures for children and youth with unstable housing by becoming a member of the National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth (NAEHCY). NAEHCY membership is open to anyone with an interest in the education of children and youth experiencing homelessness. Annual dues are $40.00, which includes regular communications and updates from NAEHCY professional staff. Dues help support NAEHCY's policy and advocacy work, outreach staff, and projects. Membership is good for one full year from the date payment is received.

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Declare your support for NAEHCY

NAEHCY is honored to report its recent nomination for Top Rated Nonprofit status on GreatNonprofits.org. To help NAEHCY earn this highest level of recognition, we are asking each of you to voice your support for our work on GreatNonprofits’ The Power of Education campaign website by sharing personal stories about your experiences with NAEHCY.

Declare your support and help us further our mission of helping every child and youth experiencing homelessness be successful.

Prospective Partners and Funders

Look to http://www.greatnonprofits.org to find worthy education-related nonprofits. NAEHCY is the only nominee devoted to the education of students experiencing homelessness. Thank you for your support.

Good 360

As a member of NAEHCY, you now have access to the catalog items offered by Good 360. How do you sign up? Contact the NAEHCY Business Office for the membership code. Remember, you MUST be a current NAEHCY member to take advantage of this benefit. To learn more about the program visit: http://good360.org

  1. Register. Join Good360’s Circle of Good – for free. Once you’re registered, you can request donated products and promote your work and product needs to people and companies who can help.
  2. Create your online profile. Showcase your organization’s good work to individuals and companies.
  3. Update your needs. Good360 uses your product needs list to get the right goods from many different companies.
  4. Browse donations on our online catalog and order what you need.
  5. Create a Wishlist. If you need help covering shipping and handling costs, reach out to your network to crowdfund support.
  6. Submit an Impact Story. Share your results with corporate and individual donors.
  7. Spread the Word. Use our tools to promote your Wishlist and Impact Story.

Financial Literacy Tool

The National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth (NAEHCY) is pleased to announce our partnership with Inceptia, a division of National Student Loan Program. This partnership is aimed at expanding financial literacy education for youth experiencing homelessness through Inceptia's online program, "Financial Avenue." Inceptia is generously providing this resource for free to NAEHCY members, students participating in our Statewide Higher Education Networks, our Local Youth Task Forces, NAEHCY Scholars, and any homeless youth that you serve through your programs. 
  


Financial Avenue offers engaging, online courses and resources to increase knowledge of personal money management fundamentals - from banking basics and responsible credit card use, to creating a budget and paying for college. Financial Avenue's learning objectives align with the financial education core competencies established by the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Financial Literacy and Education Commission. Students will receive instruction in personal financial literacy that will benefit them while in school, as well as with post high school plans, whether they enter the work force, attend college, or join the military. 
  


To use Financial Avenue, students will need to create an account at the following website https://fa.financialavenue.org/  and obtain an access code from NAEHCY’s Director of Higher Education Initiatives. Students will have the option to register as a "High School Student" or "College Student."  All other users can register as an "Organization Representative" during the registration process. 
 


To obtain an access code, or find out more information about Financial Avenue, contact Cyekeia Lee, NAEHCY Director of Higher Education Initiatives, at clee@naehcy.org or 855.446.2673 (toll-free).

Financial Avenue

NAEHCY has teamed up with Inceptia, a private, nonprofit organization, to teach students personal finance basics in an engaging environment through its online financial education program, Financial Avenue. Financial Avenue is designed to help students learn, and put into practice, the crucial principles of personal finance. Both organizations believe this resource is valuable for students, schools, parents, and the community at large, and therefore, have made available free online financial education via Financial Avenue to students through the NAEHCY membership network.

About Financial Avenue
Financial Avenue offers ten online courses to help students gain life-long knowledge about the basics of personal money management. Using videos, interactive exercises, customized action plans, and supplemental tools and resources, Financial Avenue offers the following courses to help students build financial understanding:

Curse List

Success for All Students
Financial Avenue is designed to support student success by focusing on knowledge gain and how to transfer that knowledge into practical, real-world application. From the customized learning environment, to in-course activities, to end-of-course action plans, students can practice and apply the financial education core competencies established by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial Literacy & Education Commission.

Success for Students

User-Friendly Administrator Reports
You can easily monitor progress of students with Financial Avenue’s online reporting. The administrator reports provide user statistics and detailed reports, including program usage, course completion, and pre- and post-assessment scores for courses.

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