Registration Now Open for 2016 Passport to College State Conference
Washington State’s Passport to College Promise Program is designed to strengthen the post-secondary pipeline for students who have experienced foster care. The Passport to College State Conference builds the capacity of professionals supporting education access and success for Washington’s current and former foster youth.
Save the Date for 2016 Make It Happen!
Make it Happen! is a three-day, two-night college campus experience for youth in and alumni of the Washington state foster care system. The event is full of information on what getting into and going to college is all about. Make it Happen! is scheduled for June 28 - 30, 2016. Registration will open mid-March.
31 FREE New Resources for Improving Postsecondary Outcomes for Alumni of Care
John Emerson at the Casey Family Foundation recently posted valuable updates to his \"Improving Higher Education Outcomes for Young Adults in Foster Care: Readings, Resources & Program\" report. Access and utilize these tools at the link below.
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What's New 

Listen and read NPR's Austin Jenkins recent story on runaways from foster care and attempts by Children's Administration to address the underlying issues.

Check out this fantastic new resource from DSHS: Youth at Risk of Homelessness: Identifying Key Predictive Factors among Youth Aging Out of Foster Care in Washington State

Interested in getting involved in legislative advocacy around child welfare and/or higher education issues?  Keep yourself informed with these weekly legislative digests:

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