- Early Childhood
- Older Adults
- Youth Development
- Neighborhood Affordability
- Non-Profit Contracting
- 2020 Census
UNH organizes meetings of staff by both job title and subject matter to connect, learn, share ideas and effective practices, and work on projects to address and find solutions to challenges and enrich neighborhoods.
Through these meetings, UNH strengthens the capacity of our members—which in turn strengthens their programs and services, their collective political advocacy, their civic engagement efforts, and the skills and knowledge of their staff.
Peer Groups include:
College Access and Prep
Data and Evaluation
Early Childhood Education
Emergency Preparedness Advisory
Emerging Leaders Alumni
Executive Directors Council (Note: executive directors only)
Family Literacy/FULL (Families United for Learning and Literacy)
Human Resources Leaders
Neighborhood Family Services (NFS) Roundtable
Small But Mighty Group (Note: executive directors only)
Other Learning Communities
If you work for a UNH member organization and want more information, click here.