Family Life Study

The CAP Family Life Study is a multi-year evaluation funded by the Health Profession Opportunities Grant, the Health Profession Opportunities – University Partners Grant, and the Kellogg Foundation. The team, led by Dr. Christopher King at the Ray Marshall Center at the University of Texas – Austin and Dr. P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale at the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University, is evaluating the CareerAdvance® program from an implementation and outcomes perspective. Dr. Hirokazu Yoshikawa of New York University and Dr. Jeanne Brooks-Gunn at Columbia serve as consultants to the project.


Reports on implementation, including design and scale:

CareerAdvance®  Implementation Study Findings through July 2015

CareerAdvance® Implementation Study Findings through July 2014

CareerAdvance® Implementation Study Findings through July 2013

The Evolution of CareerAdvance®, Project Year 2. Oct. 2012

Expanding the CareerAdvance® Program in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Jan. 2012

CareerAdvance® Implementation Report. Aug. 2010


Reports on program participants and select outcomes:

Impacts of One Year of CareerAdvance®: March 2017

CAP Family Life Study Year 4 Report: January 2014 – December 2014

CAP Family Life Study Year 3 Report: September 2012 – December 2013

CAP Family Life Study Year 2 Report: September 30, 2011 – September 29, 2012

CareerAdvance® Outcomes Study Year 1 Report: September 30, 2010 – September 29, 2011