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Nonprofits can help students struggling with debt
Recent headlines have emphasized the challenges that heavy student debt present for graduates to achieve homeownership and financial security. However, nonprofit organizations, like Urban Edge in Massachusetts, can play an important role in helping students manage their obligations while also achieving their financial goals. This post explains the top three steps nonprofits can take to help their clients handle student loans.
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Eviction prevention makes ‘back to school’ happier time
Frequent moves, or worries about being forced out of an apartment, make it very difficult for children to stay in the same school, concentrate in class and study well at home. But nonprofits like NeighborWorks members are developing eviction-prevention programming that preserves stability and is cost-effective.
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10 Tips for Nonprofit Cybersecurity
Nonprofits aren't immune from the rising number of cyberattacks. Here are 10 tips for nonprofits to establish steps for cyber safety in the workplace.
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What nonprofits can learn from the real estate industry
As nonprofit organizations compete for resources, what can they learn from private industry? A close examination of what works in affordable housing development provides two valuable insights.
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Key lesson from Supreme Court ruling: Balance
Everyone's talking about the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on fair housing and disparate impact. What should be the key take-away? Several experts comment. 
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From suspicion to trust: bringing police and community together
The relationship between Roxbury (MA) residents and police used to be as strained as in Baltimore. But today, it's one of partnership and shared goals. Read more to find out how it became that way.
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Salt Lake City shows how to bridge a cultural divide
The west side of Salt Lake city is incredibly diverse, but it's hard work turning that into a harmonious "melting pot." Read how NeighborWorks Salt Lake handled a "hot potato" issue. 
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Want to eat healthy? Start a hamlet
It started with Tim Rinne and his wife, but it soon spread to an entire neighborhood. Twenty families in Hawley Hamlet in Lincoln, NE, are growing their own food, sharing yards and—most importantly—looking out after each other. Read how it happened.
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Diversity and inclusion for the NeighborWorks network: goals and strategies
In this third and final post in a series, new CEO Paul Weech takes a look at NeighborWorks' network of more than 250 organization and how they are doing as they work to serve an increasingly diverse society.
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Managing for diversity and inclusion in the workplace
In the second of three parts, CEO Paul Weech shares data on the diversity of the NeighborWorks staff, and outlines how the organization will work to make it even more reflective of overall American society and the communities we serve. 
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