As an OTI Google Policy Fellow you will have the opportunity to work at the forefront of debates surrounding broadband access and adoption, government surveillance, encryption, broadband mapping, consumer privacy, and more. You will have the chance to make substantive contributions to OTI’s work by conducting policy research and analysis, authoring reports, attending government and public interest meetings, writing for our syndication partners, and more. Fellows may be involved in more than one focus area over the course of the summer, but please let us know if you have a specific interest or related background.
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Note: This report focuses on utilization of means-tested public assistance; thus, it does not include Social Security or Medicare, as they are programs available specifically and universally for retired or elderly people. Figures reflect participation by individuals or a co-resident family member in EITC, CTC, SNAP, LIHEAP, WIC, housing assistance, TANF/cash assistance, and/or Medicaid. Data are adjusted to match administrative totals for each program. Elderly families are those in which the family head is age 65 or older. Working families are those in which at least one person is working.
Board of Directors: Reba Cardenas McNair, David Guerra, Al Lopez, Xenia Garza, David Earl, Bert Garcia, Henry B. Gonzalez III, David Handley, Bill Martin, Gabe Puente, Victoria Rico, Sergio Sanchez, Ryan Vaughan, Eric Ziehe
Sheriff Alan Norman
Cleveland County, NC