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2018 NASCSP Awards

Each year, NASCSP’s membership recognizes extraordinary contributions made to NASCSP and to the programs NASCSP represents. During the 2018 NASCSP Annual Winter Conference in Arlington, Virginia, three distinguished individuals were recognized on Thursday, March 1, 2017 during the NASCSP Awards Luncheon: Kathleen Skogland, Reba Bolden, and Paul Jackson. Kathleen Skogland, a dedicated NASCSP member working … Continue reading

Women of Weatherization (#5)

The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) has been around for over 40 years and has served over 7.4 million households, saving families money and making their homes healthier and safer. From the very beginning of the WAP’s history, women have been a driving force in weatherization. This post is part of a month long feature for … Continue reading

Black History Month: Black Anti-Poverty Advocates You Should Know

Black History Month is a yearly celebration of achievements and accomplishments by African Americans. It is also a time for highlighting the role that black Americans have had in shaping in U.S. history. During February, NASCSP will be highlighting a few influential black anti-poverty advocates. Check back here each week to learn more!     … Continue reading

CSBG IS and Annual Report Submission

It’s that time of year to think about submitting the CSBG IS Report! The submission of the FY 2017 CSBG IS data marks the final submission of the CSBG IS Report as the network will fully transition to the new CSBG Annual Report in FY 2018. This final reporting process will be the same as … Continue reading

A Look Back on Weatherization Day 2017

Each year we mark national Weatherization Day on October 30th, as part of a larger Energy Action Month. Weatherization Day is an opportunity to highlight the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) by holding events, issuing proclamations, and getting press coverage. Weatherization Day is also used to demonstrate the impact of WAP by sharing program facts and featuring … Continue reading

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