Head Start alumnus Duchesne Drew, president of Minnesota Public Radio, says his professional journeys started with Head Start.
Kids on Campus is a project by the NHSA and the Association of Community College Trustees to bring Head Start classrooms onto community college campuses.
Head Start helped alumna Yulonda Y. Thomas on her journey to supporting children and families as Family Support advocate.
Head Start alumnus Shane Dunn shares how his early experience in a diverse environment shaped his values of racial justice and equity.
Alumna Maryom McCloud, director of Finance for Lutheran Family Services, shares how Head Start shaped her educational and career path.
Opportunity to view the National Archives’ presentation of Jenny is a Good Thing. This Academy-nominated short documentary film, created in 1969, documents one of the many significant contributions of the Head Start program, nutrition. Viewers will be able to experience the importance and impact of Head Start across generations and decades of the program. National…
Celebrating one year since Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program became an simple way for families to demonstrate Head Start eligibility.
Aubrey Puckett Memorial Awardee Natalie Hankins says “the wonderful and positive outcomes on children and their families” keeps her going.
Head Start alumna Angela Groves supports families in rural communities. Head Start is often the only program for kids in those small, rural areas.
Dr. Willie Epps of Tchula, Mississippi left an indelible mark on the world of early learning over the course of his distinguished career.
Dr. Deidre Jones shares her experience developing innovative solutions to provide education services to children during difficult times.
When Dr. Iris Cumberbatch’s mother learned about Head Start, she signed her up right away. She didn’t know it then, but they were making history!