Webinar

Virtual Convening: Connecting Vulnerable Households to the Child Tax Credit

Dec. 10, 2021 , 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
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    Virtual Convening: Connecting Vulnerable Households to the Child Tax Credit

    This is an external webinar hosted by the Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships at the National Academy of Public Administration. For assistance, contact the event coordinators. 

    The Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships at the National Academy of Public Administration will hold a convening to discuss the Child Tax Credit on Friday, December 10, 2021, at 2:00 pm (ET) in collaboration with the National Association of Counties and the American Public Human Services Association. This discussion will feature representatives from state and local governments as well as nonprofits to discuss our collective progress in connecting vulnerable households with the expanded Child tax Credit. The convening aims to address what is working well, what challenges lie ahead, and what opportunities exist to increase enrollment among parents of the estimated 4 million children eligible for this benefit in 2022

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This is an external webinar hosted by the Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships at the National Academy of Public Administration. For assistance, contact the event coordinators. 

The Center for Intergovernmental Partnerships at the National Academy of Public Administration will hold a convening to discuss the Child Tax Credit on Friday, December 10, 2021, at 2:00 pm (ET) in collaboration with the National Association of Counties and the American Public Human Services Association. This discussion will feature representatives from state and local governments as well as nonprofits to discuss our collective progress in connecting vulnerable households with the expanded Child tax Credit. The convening aims to address what is working well, what challenges lie ahead, and what opportunities exist to increase enrollment among parents of the estimated 4 million children eligible for this benefit in 2022