Jeffersonville, IN – Community Action of Southern Indiana (CASI) will conduct small business development training classes for new and existing small businesses beginning in February 2016. For those interested in the training, CASI will host a program orientation on Thursday, January 28th at 6:00 PM at the CASI building located at 1613 East Eighth Street…Details
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Head Start FAQ’s
How do I enroll my child into the Early Head Start Program?
Complete a Parent Interest Form or Call Early Head Start 812-748-3400
How do I enroll my child into the Head Start Program?
Attend open enrollment, complete a parent interest form or contact HS Family Services at 812-288-6451 extension 2155, 2111, 2213 or 7822 (Pleasant Ridge)
What information do I need to bring with me to enroll my child into the EHS/Head Start program?
- Birth Certificate
- Proof of income (12 months)
- Shot record
- Insurance Card
How old does my child have to be to enroll into the Head Start program?
Early Head Start enrolls pregnant moms and children from birth. Head Start enrolls children that are 3 years of age by August 1 or the day after their 3rd birthday if
1). They are transitioning from Early Head Start or 2.) if they have an IEP with the public school system
What types of training do you offer for small business?
A: Business plan development, goal setting, marketing techniques and bookkeeping and accounting practices to name a few areas
How much money can I apply for and what if I’m new to my business with little credit?
A: after completing the microenterprise program and an approved business plan a new business can apply for up to $10,000 and a existing business (existing 3 yrs or more) can apply for up to $25,000
A: we understand that credit is important so we work with you on those areas and we do look at your credit but most approvals are based on the strength of your business
How can I qualify and what will I be required to save?
To qualify you must be a resident of Indiana, have earned income(a job) and be within the income guidelines determine from income of the entire household, and you must be able to save at minimum $25 each month.
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Community Action of Southern Indiana, PNC Bank, and Louisville Urban League to Present Homebuyer Workshop
Jeffersonville, IN. – Community Action of Southern Indiana along with its partners, PNC Bank, and Louisville Urban League, will present a two-part first-time homebuyers’ workshop on Saturday August 8 and Saturday August 29 at 1613 East 8th Street in Jeffersonville. Both workshops will be from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Coffee, donuts, prizes, snacks, and refreshments will be provided.Details
ON Monday, May 18th Community Action of Southern Indiana-Head Start celebrated Head Start’s 50th Birthday by planting a rose bush at all of its sites throughout Clark County. President Obama made a proclamation that May 18th 2015 would be considered Head Start’s 50th birthday nationwide.Details
Community Action of Southern Indiana and Wesley United Methodist Church Announce Senior Digital Literacy Program
Community Action of Southern Indiana and Wesley United Methodist Church Announce Senior Digital Literacy Program Jeffersonville, IN. – Community Action of Southern Indiana (CASI) and Wesley United Methodist Church are working together on a community program to teach digital literacy skills to area older adults. The program, which is called Senior Citizen Digital Literacy,…Details