COVID-19 Needs Surveys

Complete our Follow-up COVID-19 Needs Survey - Available NOW!

CCYP has released a FOLLOW-UP COVID-19 Needs Survey to help track how needs among our young workforce community have changed over the last few months, and to assist our organization in planning for 2021 programs, events, and advocacy efforts.

The survey takes between 5-10 minutes to complete, and all individual responses will remain anonymous.


COVID-19 Needs Survey (April-May 2020) - Executive Summary of Results Now Available

It is no question that the current COVID-19 global pandemic has greatly impacted the Cape Cod community and will continue to impact residents, local businesses, and organizations in the weeks and months to come. CCYP’s COVID-19 Needs Survey was designed to collect data regarding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic specifically among Cape Cod’s young, working-age adult community, ages 18 to 45. The survey was made available through the CCYP website during the four-week period of April 17 through May 18, 2020, and advertised via targeted social media posts and CCYP's e-newsletter.

Survey respondents shared information on the critical needs and challenges they are facing as a result of the pandemic, and also provided testimonials on what's keeping them up at night, what gives them, hope, and how COVID-19 has changed their personal and work life.

Results from the survey will be used to drive advocacy, programming, and strategic partnerships to ensure that Cape Cod's young adults can not only survive, but thrive, here.

Download the Executive Summary of survey findings here or review it below.

For media inquiries, please view the official press release.

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Media Coverage

Cape Cod Young Professionals Releases COVID-19 Needs Survey Results (CapeCod.com News Center)

CCYP Survey: Jobs, Childcare Challenge Younger Workers (The Cape Codder)

Young Cape Cod Professionals Navigate Challenging New Business Landscape (Cape Cod Times)