The National Youth in Transition Database Survey (NYTD): share information to help improve services to youth in foster care and earn some money at the same time.
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Helps youths learn the basics of handling their money and finances,
including how to create positive relationships with financial institutions.
Equipping young people in their formative years with the basics of financial
education can give them the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to manage their finances once they enter the real world.
Money Smart - A Financial Education Program
News & Events
Nov 01, 2016
Spring 2017 ETV
Nov 1, 2016- Applications opened
December 15, 2016 Last day for applications, including submission of ALL required documents.
Awards based on need – up to $5,000.00 per year.
You can file an ETV application even if you participate in another DHS program, like Imua Kakou (Extended Foster Care)! and Extended Assistance (AA/PA)! or Higher Ed !
Not sure if you might be eligible? File an application and DHS will figure out if you are eligible.
Basic eligibility criteria:
AGE: 18 – 21 [& up to 23, if Youth received an ETV when 21]
Aged / transitioned out of DHS Foster Care at 18 or older
Adopted at age 16 or older
Legal guardianship to a relative at age 16 or older
Attending an accredited institution of higher education
Making satisfactory progress [“C” or better] – specifically not on FAFSA academic suspension / probation
Budget is reasonable and for allowable cost of attendance
Sep 16, 2016
The 2016 Honolulu Pride™ Parade and Festival will be held on OCTOBER 22, 2016.
The Honolulu Pride™ Festival brings together Hawaii’s diverse and vital LGBT community, our friends, families and allies. It’s a week of festivities celebrating our bonds of friendship and aloha.