- Youth Programs
- Parent and Family Engagement
- Professional Development
- Curriculum and Course Development
- Strategic Planning
- Grant Writing
PARENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT
CCI provides a wide variety of workshops to enhance and strengthen the skills of parents, guardians and other adult caregivers to help them guide their children through schools and their community. CCI parent workshops improve their knowledge and skills related to education, economics, community resources, adolescent sexual health and risky behaviors. Workshops can be conducted at the school or community location of the client. with parents alone and/or with their children to improve communication skills. Workshops are facilitated by a variety professionals, including educators of representatives of social service providers with significant expertise in the training topics.
Each month during the school year, our Arts/Creativity Workshops provide parents with fun, creative things to do with their high school child(ren) at home, as a way of helping to strengthen the parent-child connection as they get older.
• October 29th @ 10 a.m.: Creating Patterns
• November 12th @ 10 a.m.: Create to Help Someone in Need
Financial/Money Matters Workshops
Each month during the school year, our Financial/Money Matters Workshops provides parents with strategies, opportunities, and resources to help improve their relationship with money.
• November 12th @ 10 a.m.: Funding for College
• December 3rd @ 10 a.m.: Credit Repair
The Head Start Initiative
In 2022, Community Change, Inc. partnered with Head Start of the New York City Department of Education to support agencies of a series of workshops focused on strengthening their ability to engage fathers in their programs. Below are the workshop outlines from this project.
- Workshop 1. Breaking Down the Barriers to Father Engagement Workshop
- Workshop 2. Identifying strategies and resources for father engagement
The Fatherhood Initiative
In 2019, Community Change, Inc. partnered with the New York City Department of Youth & Community Development to support agencies of its Fatherhood Initiative to design and implement family literacy programs in their communities. Below are the workshop outlines and tip sheets from this project.