Case Studies & Applied Research
A community agency in Southeastern Kentucky partnered with a credit union and an income tax class to address the needs of child care providers in its service region. The agency provided training and a financial literacy curriculum for constituent child care centers. With the credit union, it provided financial literacy support for families served by the child care centers. With the income tax class, it provided an income tax workshop tailored for child care providers. The tax workshop for child care providers is the focus of this article. Background information on the region is given, followed by a review of service-learning literature as it relates to the class project. Then the workshop itself is described, followed by a discussion of the feedback received. Challenges faced by students and by the community agency are addressed.
Isaacs, T. (2015), 93-109. Income Tax Workshop for Child Care Providers: A University-Community Partnership. PRISM: A Journal of Regional Engagement, 4 (2). Retrieved from http://encompass.eku.edu/prism/vol4/iss2/3