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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."

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  • January 20, 2015

    HUNDRED ACRE SCHOOL ANNOUNCES OPEN HOUSES FOR FAMILIES AND PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

    January 20, 2015 (Sandwich, MA)- The Hundred Acre School, an innovative new pre-school dedicated to principles of STEM education, announces today it will host a series of Open Houses throughout the month of January for families of both current and prospective students. Information will be available on new, lower tuition rates for the school.

    “STEM education from the earliest ages as a way of training the workforce of the future is a priority in Massachusetts,” says Heritage President & CEO Ellen Spear. “This program contributes to that state-wide effort. “     

    The open houses, held until the end of January, are designed to allow parents and caregivers to see the facility firsthand and learn more about its STEM-centric curriculum. The open houses will also provide opportunities to meet the director, tour the school, discuss available programs, and register for the current winter session or for next year.

    The Hundred Acre School engages preschoolers in active learning and preparation for success in school using Heritage’s collections, facilities, and grounds. Their vision is to teach the whole child, emphasizing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) as a springboard to multidisciplinary learning.

  • January 12, 2015

    BENEFICIARIES, DATE ANNOUNCED FOR 2015 SEASIDE LE MANS RACE

    (South Yarmouth, MA – January 12, 2015) Five local non-profit organizations have been selected as beneficiaries for the 2015 Seaside Le Mans – The Race for the Cape Cod Community. Each organization has a designated focus for the anticipated $500,000 in funds that will be raised on race day:

    Calmer Choice – School Mindfulness Programs
    Cape Cod Healthcare – Heart & Vascular Institute
    Cape Cod Maritime Museum – School Outreach Programs
    Katelynn’s Closet – Providing Essential Clothing for Children
    Independence House – Promoting Safe and Healthy Relationships

  • January 06, 2015

    CCYP’s MENTOR MONDAY PROGRAM Next topic: Community Involvement

    BARNSTABLE, MA – January 5, 2015 – CCYP has announced the Mentor Monday series as part of the Career Connect Mentor Exchange.  Cape & Islands Workforce Investment Board is the Presenting Sponsor for the Mentor Mondays.  The topic of this month’s career development event is “Community Involvement: Helping Others and Advancing Your Career. Learn more about how to get involved in any non-profit or community service/ volunteer opportunity and hear about the benefits of career possibilities and advancement that come from community involvement.”  The speakers are Wendy Northcross, CEO at Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, and David Willard, VP, Director of Community Relations at Cape Cod Five.

  • December 23, 2014

    Cape Cod Drummer Makes Music His Way By Laura Reckford

    Kareem Sanjaghi has had enough success in his short career to be able to move to music meccas like Boston or New York or even Nashville. But he prefers Cape Cod.

    Having played in front of a thousand people withTony Orlando’s band earlier this fall and, in the past, receiving compliments from Boston Pops Orchestra’s Keith Lockhart and Tony Bennett, the 26-year-old East Dennis resident is content being a working musician at Cape venues where he keeps busy year-round playing with various bands.

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