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Hispanic Scholarship Fund
The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) empowers families with the knowledge and resources to successfully complete a higher education, while providing scholarships and support services to as many exceptional students as possible. As the nation’s largest not-for-profit organization supporting Hispanic American higher education, HSF has awarded over $500 million in scholarships and provides a range of impactful programs for students, HSF scholars, alumni, and parents.
Visit the Hispanic Scholarship Fund website.
Date posted: 8/16/17

Coordinated Entry Processes: Building Mutual Engagement between Schools and Continuums of Care
This brief, part of NCHE's Best Practices in Interagency Collaboration series, is designed for educators and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Continuum of Care Program recipients. It provides a brief overview of HUD coordinated entry processes, and suggests strategies for building local coordinated entry engagement and collaboration between schools and CoCs.
Download Coordinated Entry Processes: Building Mutual Engagement between Schools and Continuums of Care.
Date posted: 8/03/17

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