WCAC will host the second of four planned Community Conversations on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 from 9:15-10:30 a.m. The (online) forum entitled Navigating the Cliff Effect & Breaking Barriers In the Bureaucracy will feature local leaders and expert providers who are working to break the many structural and policy-driven barriers that contribute to the cliff effect, and who also have practiced proven strategies that help people achieve greater economic mobility. Free to attend. Live translation in both Spanish and Arabic will be available. Register HERE.
We’re proud to spotlight our early education & care programs in this month’s newsletter and invite you to join us in recognizing the invaluable role our early educators play and in championing the changes needed to better support and sustain the field. Read more here.
As we enter our 57th year of service, we will continue to put a human face on poverty, advocate alongside our partners and clients to amplify their voice and provide opportunities for all. This month’s newsletter spotlights our Job & Education Center and our programs focused on providing positive educational and employment opportunities for young people. Read more here.
WCAC will host the first of four planned Community Conversations on Friday, March 18th from 10-11:15 a.m. The forum entitled Early Education and Care: An Economic Imperative for Success will feature a dynamic virtual discussion about the the current state of early education and care and crucial pathways to increase support for childhood development, professional development and necessary shifts in policy required to sustain and bolster the early education and care sector. Read more here.
Worcester Community Action Council welcomed Mark K. Shriver for a (virtual) keynote address at the agency’s newly named Reiliency Awards on Friday, February 14, 2022 at a celebration which include a small in-person gathering at the JMAC Theatre in Worcester. Read more here.