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CCYP connects Cape Cod's emerging leaders,
engages them in the community, and supports
their efforts to advance, personally and professionally.

I knew immediately that I wanted to be a part of this group. The energy and enthusiasm of the members and sponsors made me feel like I was not only going to make it on Cape Cod but I was going to thrive being supported by my peers."

Toni Rubino

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Partnering with the CCYP allows you to become connected with a diverse group of community minded individuals who call Cape Cod home and have a vested interest in the future of the region.

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  • July 17, 2014

    Sandwich Camp ‘A Little Bit of Light’

    The parish office of St. Mary's Episcopal Church is abuzz with staff members preparing for the debut of a unique camp program that will be the first of its kind in Massachusetts. The Amazing Grace camp, planned for later this summer at Camp Burgess in Sandwich, will offer Cape children who have a parent who is incarcerated a free week of fun and sun.

  • July 07, 2014

    Nauset Disposal helps keep Cape Cod’s environment clean

    Orleans, MA- The team at Nauset Disposal has donated year-round service to Kent’s Point in Orleans, MA. Kent’s Point is a high traffic conservation area where many people go to enjoy the outdoors and walk their dog. 

  • July 02, 2014

    Lost youth: New report examines exodus of young people from Cape

    The population in Barnstable County (215,423) is declining (3 percent since 2000) and the fastest losses are in the 25 to 44-age category. Can anything be done to stem the exodus of young people from Cape Cod?

  • July 02, 2014

    Boost for Cape Cod Young Professionals mentoring program

    Cape Cod Young Professionals is starting a professional mentoring program — and is getting some help to get it up and running.

    The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, a public agency that receives funding from the state, awarded $50,000 to the Cape organization.

    Gregory Bialecki, the state's Secretary of Housing and Economic Development, announced the grant Wednesday at the CCYP's annual community breakfast.

    "We know you will be putting it to good use," Bialecki said, lauding the organization for its recent Shape the Cape survey and other initiatives.

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