Wednesday, June 9, 2021, 12:00 – 1:15PM ET (virtual)
Higher education institutions had a difficult year supporting students amidst the pandemic. But some institutions, in particular, have created support specifically for students with experience in foster care and homelessness. During this panel, participants will: hear from two statewide advocacy initiatives, Positive Pathways Program and Fostering Success Michigan, about the obstacles and challenges faced by students with experience in foster care and homelessness during the pandemic; hear from two higher education institutions from Michigan and Florida that will highlight successful strategies to support students with experience in foster care and homelessness; learn strategies to identify, transition, track, and support this distinct student population on college campuses; and, learn national higher education trends, upcoming policy, and opportunities for advocacy for homeless and foster youth. Free registration.