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KEYS Program

Keystone Education Yields Success (KEYS) Program
KEYS is a collaborative effort between Pennsylvania’s Department of Public Welfare and the Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges. There is a KEYS program at each of Pennsylvania’s 14 community colleges.

The KEYS Program provides on campus support to students receiving TANF benefits and enrolled at HACC. The goal is to provide the services and individualized support necessary to assist students in completing their academic program.

Potential Participants

Are you receiving TANF benefits and enrolled (or considering enrollment) at HACC? You belong in the KEYS Program!

Contact your County Assistance Office Case Worker for a referral to the KEYS program. We can help you with:

  • Supporting your academic goals.
  • Reporting your mandatory hours to your CAO.
  • Requesting special allowances (transportation, child care, books) from your CAO.

Case workers can be contacted through the Change Center at 877-395-8930 or at PA’s County Assistance Offices.

Learn more about the KEYS Program:
KEYS Program Brochure (coming soon)
KEYS Program video

Any questions, contact the KEYS Program at 780-1181.

Current Participants

Welcome to the KEYS program! Check out this video and participant check list.

KEYS Program video
New Participant Check list (pdf)

KEYS Facilitators are available on all HACC campuses. They will work with you to overcome barriers to academic success and employment. Find your facilitator, KEYS Program Staff (pdf).

Don’t forget, KEYS attendance sheets are due Mondays by Noon.

Find out what KEYS students are saying!

All KEYS participants should be registered with PA Job Gateway, through Career Link.

 KEYS Student

KEYS Student

KEYS Student

KEYS Student

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