The Department of Education will be awarding another round of Promise Neighborhood grants. Information for potential applicants is available in the Federal Register. Applicant webinars will be held January 29 - February 4. The full list of webinars  is available here. The first session is:

Promise Neighborhoods 101: What is the Promise Neighborhoods Program? 
January 29 1:00-2:30pm ET

Topics: History of the Promise Neighborhood Program; Updates on the Promise Neighborhoods Program; Expectations for Applicants and Grantees

By helping applicants have a better understanding of the foundation of the Promise Neighborhoods program, the Program Office is optimistic that high quality applications will address the needs of students and their families. Anyone who is interested in learning more about the history and expectations of the Promise Neighborhoods program should attend this webinar.  This webinar will help entities to reflect on their current projects, programs, and partnerships to determine if they have the capacity to implement the Promise Neighborhoods program as intended and if it is a good fit for their respective communities.

Click here to register for the first webinar.

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Promise Neighborhoods are working with their local community partners to respond to COVID-19. Below are links to some helpful national resources to assist during this uncertain time.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention     U.S. Department of Education    National League of Cities

 

 



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Investing In Youth

Welcome to the Promise Neighborhoods Training and Technical Assistance Center (the Center), a website designed for Promise Neighborhoods grantees and any community that is interested in improving the cradle-to-career results for its children.

The Center supports the Promise Neighborhood vision that all children and youth growing up in Promise Neighborhoods have access to great schools and strong systems of family and community support that will prepare them to attain an excellent education and successfully transition to college and a career. The Center also extends its resources to communities that have not received federal grant funding to plan or implement their Promise Neighborhoods continuum of solutions.

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Pipeline Profiles

Promise Neighborhoods across the nation are developing a continuum of solutions for children and families, also known as a cradle-to-career pipeline. Take a look at some of these pipelines in action below.