The Challenge: Affordable Housing, Education, and Economic Mobility

The selected projects will be in Birmingham, AL, Brownsville, TX, Austin, TX, Baltimore, MD, and Greensboro, NC, with ideas focused on providing affordable housing by: increasing housing supply through an integrated education program, developing valuable skills in green construction and geospatial technology, expanding access to financial literacy training to facilitate resilient homeownership, exploring ways to stabilize housing for homeless students, and expanding affordable housing and early childhood education.

Meet the five contract awardees:

Dr. Kathleen A. Dawson | Developing Valuable Skills in Green Construction and Geospatial Technology

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Douglass Austin | Exploring Ways to Stabilize Housing for Homeless Students

Zoraima Diaz-Pineda | Expanding Access to Financial Literacy Training to Facilitate Resilient Homeownership

Dr. Mark W. C. Martin | Increasing Housing Supply Through an Integrated Education Program

Rachel Stone | Expanding Affordable Housing and Early Childhood Education