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Massachusetts is offering 20 college students free housing as part of a pilot program aimed at combatting youth homelessness.
The program, announced by Gov. Charlie Baker (R) Thursday as part of a larger rollout to help the state better assist homeless youth, will allot $120,000 initially to house, feed and provide resources for 20 students from community colleges, who will be put up at four state universities.
The article goes on to state the following:
The four community colleges chosen do not have dorms and are being paired with state colleges that have extra housing, according to the Boston Globe.
— The Hill (@thehill) February 1, 2019
Massachusetts starts pilot program to provide homeless students at community colleges with housing https://t.co/23q4PUJxNn
— Scott Jaschik (@ScottJaschik) February 1, 2019
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