These are the top five resource tips for Durham Tech student parents:
- View the Student Resource Sheet and the resources below for information about college and community resources covering everything from food and finances to dental care and diapers, or submit a Student Support Intake form for personalized outreach from a team member to connect with relevant resources.
- The Campus Harvest Food Pantry offers free diapers, wipes, baby food, kid-friendly snacks, and other items for parenting students. Learn more about how and when to pick them up.
- We’ve all heard the saying “It takes a village...” At Durham Tech, we’re creating a village for parenting students in the Student Parent Success Network. Join today to connect to a community of parenting peers.
- If you receive FNS/Food Stamps benefits, you may qualify for tuition assistance! View the FNS Employment and Training Program.
- If you are pregnant/expecting, connect early for support to make sure you are aware of all of your rights and the accommodations available to you – and community resources too! Connect with Maggie West, Coordinator, Student Wellness and Basic Needs (firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-885-4352).
Child Care Assistance New Baby Resources Pregnancy Resources
Community Support for Parents and Children
Connect with some of our amazing community partners for all kinds of support for you and your family.
Student U: Empower and equip first-generation college students in Durham Public Schools, their families, and educators, starting with rising 5th graders and continuing to work with families through graduation and beyond.
Village of Wisdom: Working to eliminate racial injustice in schools by developing tools and resources that help parents, teachers, and students create ideal learning environments for Black and Brown learners.
Empowered Parents in Community: Dismantling systemic racial inequities through collective organizing and intentional engagement of African American parents and communities, advocating for high quality educational opportunities and equitable resource distribution.
Book Harvest: Free books for children birth-high school. Special programs include Book Babies, with targeted early learning support and connections to early childhood education.
Kramden Institute: Free computers for students in grades K-12 without consistent access to a working computer.
Durham Children’s Initiative: Pipeline of services from birth to college/career for children in Durham and their families.
Emily K Center: Serving students from elementary school through college, equipping them with the skills necessary to successfully complete higher education, connect to promising careers, and become agents of change.
Exchange Family Center: Support and training for families, caregivers, and child care professionals.