- Facility Space (1)
- Fund Development/fundraising (9)
- Management/Leadership/Capacity Building (8)
- Professional Development/Team Building (17)
- Program Evaluation/Assessment (4)
Advocates Against Family Violence works to eliminate domestic violence in families and homes by empowering individuals to make positive life choices through advocacy, support, education, affordable housing, awareness and community involvement.
Services available: list of local resources, domestic violence hotline, local Adult education classes, local Teen education classes, a Teen Outreach Program presented at local area schools and community agencies serving teens throughout the entire state of Idaho, local daycare services.
K-12 Outreach Activities
The Department of Geosciences is eager to work with local teachers and classes to enhance Earth Science education in the K-12 community. , if you are looking for someone from the department to give a special presentation to your class, assist with developing classroom activities, serve as a science fair judge or advisor, speak at a career day, assist with Science Olympiads, etc.
A variety of materials have been produced within the geoscience department by faculty, staff, students and volunteers. These include field trip guides, lab activities, career resource materials, local geoscience content and related instruction materials. We expect the number and variety of items available for download on this site to increase each year. Please contact us with further specific classroom material requests and/or suggestions to improve our materials available.
Idaho local Job Corps location
Want to major in fun this year, without the homework, tests or grading? Do you want to explore photography or how to travel the world on a budget? Perhaps you would like to get out in nature for a hike or try ice fishing? Keep scrolling to learn more.
Share Our Strength’s Cooking Matters teaches participants to shop smarter, use nutrition information to make healthier choices and cook delicious, affordable meals. Topics/activities covered include:
Interactive Grocery Store Tours
Hands-On Cooking Courses
Cooking Matters Programming Online for Professionals
Satellite Programs available
Administered in Idaho by The Idaho Foodbank and Jannus
**See Idaho Foodbank page in the Partnership Directory for more IFB programs**
Debt Reduction Services is a nonprofit debt management and credit counseling organization that has helped thousands of consumers learn to live debt free. Our goal at Debt Reduction Services is to significantly improve the financial well-being of our clients.
TOOLBOX is a Kindergarten through 6th grade program (being used in pre K-8) that supports children in understanding and managing their own emotional, social, and academic success. The foundation of TOOLBOX is 12 human capacities that reside within all of us. Through its simple and profound metaphor of Tools, TOOLBOX brings forward a set of skills and practices that help students access their own inner resilience at any time, in any context.
Dovetail Learning, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to giving children, teachers, parents, and their communities a common language and necessary skills to form a cohesive, collaborative, non-violent, and caring community, which leads to hope for a meaningful, positive, and lasting future.
Minds can achieve anything. We make sure they get to college.
At Federal Student Aid, we make it easier to get money for higher education.
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GrantHub is a simple and affordable solution for nonprofit organizations and grant consultants.
“GEAR UP Idaho focuses on early intervention strategies to assist students in becoming prepared for post-secondary education.
The program will help students meet standards necessary for high school graduation and provide them with the skills necessary to succeed beyond high school.”