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Volume 3

Issue 32


Greensboro Housing Authority is committed to helping our residents build life success. We are also committed to sharing opportunities that may contribute to furthering life success. Scroll down to see opportunities through GHA and our partners!

See previous issues of Life Success Opportunities Emails.

Some of the opportunities featured may still be relevant.

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Join Level Up Parenting for their 8-week Parenting class which aims to transform the mindset of single moms by instilling in them enrichment opportunities that teach them how to excel at parenting.

Mondays 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Starting August 28th - October 23rd

Topics include:

Introduction of Healthy Parenting and Relationships

Stay Positive Coping Skills

Money Matters

Computer Literacy

Career and College Readiness

Money Matters Part 2

Empower Me

Review/ Survey/ Graduation

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If you are a renter and in need of rental and/or utility assistance, the following agencies may be able to assist you. 

  • Guilford County Department of Social Services
  • Energy Assistance Program – (heating/cooling and water assistance) 336-641-3000
  • Apply online here
  • Greensboro Urban Ministry (utility assistance: water, power, and gas)
  • Greensboro residents only - 336-271-5959
  • United Way 211
  • Faith Action International House
  • (Refugee Rental Assistance program) - 336-379-0037
  • Welfare Reform Liaison Project (WRLP)
  • (housing expenses/utilities) – 336-691-5780

After School Registration

Opens August 1st

Ages 5-12

Participating Recreation Centers

$30 per week

Sign up your kids for this affordable childcare option during the school year. Children will have time to complete homework, socialize, and play.


Learn More

Youth Leadership Greensboro Now Accepting Applications

Greensboro Parks and Recreation is now accepting applications for Youth Leadership Greensboro (YLG), a leadership development program for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

Applications are available online. The deadline to apply is September 22. 

The program costs $80 for the year and fee assistance is available.

For more information, contact Athletics Coordinator Britt Huggins at 336-373-7617 or Greensboro Youth Council Coordinator Jasia Stevenson at 336-373-2734. 


North Carolina Is Working to Attract and

Retain Early Childhood Teachers

North Carolina is making it easier for aspiring and current early childhood teachers to get classroom experience and college credit to meet the state’s growing childcare needs. The NC Department of Health and Human Services announced that early care and learning teachers can now use their previous training and skills development to qualify for NC Community College credits to earn certificates and further their higher education. High school students can now also use career and technical education courses and apprenticeship opportunities to get a head start on a career as an early childhood teacher.

NC DHHS Press Release
Pathways to the Profession

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Family Self-Sufficiency Program

The Family Self-Sufficiency Program (FSS) is a voluntary program for households enrolled in Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher, and Project-Based Voucher programs to help them increase their earnings and build financial capability and assets.

If you are interested in joining the Family Self-Sufficiency program, please click the image above.

Please watch this video for a brief explanation of the Family Self-Sufficiency Program.

What is Family Self-Sufficiency? A video introduction.
Community COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
Cone Health is offering a series of mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinics throughout our communities.

VACCINES ARE FREE. No ID Required. Appointments are strongly encouraged.

Please wear a mask, plan to remain socially distanced, and wear loose clothing.

What To Expect
  • Wait time of 15 minutes after vaccination or 30 minutes with prior history of vaccination reactions.
  • Common side effects: pain and swelling at the injection site, fever, chills, tiredness, and headaches
  • For Pfizer and Moderna clinics, you will receive an appointment date for your second shot

IMPORTANT: Pfizer clinics are for ages 12+. All other vaccine types are 18+.
 To register, click the link on the button below or call 336-890-1188.
Find a Clinic Here!
Get connected to the right career:
Guilford Works
Need help paying rent or utilities?:
Greensboro Housing Coalition
Parent Engagement and Support:
Guilford Parent Academy
Scholarships Opportunities Still Available:
Resources for Job Seekers:
NC Dept. of Commerce
Online Resources:
Guilford County Schools

450 North Church Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
P. 336-275-8501
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