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  • Champlain Community Services 50th Anniversary 1967 - 2017
Champlain Community Services seeking a Program Manager with strong clinical and organizational skills to join our dynamic team. The ideal candidate will enjoy working in a team-oriented position and have demonstrated leadership. This unique position is a great opportunity to...
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CCS was well represented at the Vermont Statehouse this week when House Concurrent Resolution 106, sponsored by Theresa Wood, passed. The resolution congratulates the Vermont Supported Employment Program for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities on winning the 2017 Innovative Policy Award...
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CCS is excited to welcome Kelly Baker as the newest member of our Board of Directors. Kelly is a preschool paraeducator at Malletts Bay School in the Colchester Early Education program, and says she’s also, “a part-time Community Support Worker...
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Rose Street Collective brings its jazz-inspired sound to Shelburne Vineyard on Thursday, April 6 from 6 to 8:30 pm. The show is free, but a portion of proceeds from food and drink sales benefit CCS. Wine and beer by the glass,...
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Help CCS celebrate it’s 50th Anniversary with a fabulous fireworks/dinner/dance cruise aboard the Spirit of Ethan Allen on Monday, July 3rd. Features buffet dinner, cash bar, DJ Craig Mitchell and a spectacular view of Burlington’s Independence Day fireworks show. Tickets are...
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CCS executive director Elizabeth Sightler and Mary Moulton, executive director of Washington County Mental Health Services offer commentary on the challenges of maintaining stable staffing to deliver vital services at Vermont’s disability services and mental health services agencies in the...
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Come to a FREE SCREENING of “Life, Animated” on Wed. April 5th at The Sheraton (6 pm). CCS is proud to parent with Vermont PBS, Vermont Family Network, Mosaic Learning Center, and Howard Center on this exciting event. A panel...
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Check out the latest edition of DIY (Do It Yourself) newsletter, DIY Spring 2017....
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  • CCS executive director Elizabeth Sightler presents at UN in Austria
The State of Vermont’s supported employment program for people with intellectual disabilities earned major international recognition through The Zero Project. CCS executive director Elizabeth Sightler traveled to Vienna, Austria in late February, one of three people representing Vermont to accept...
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  • Catch a Star
We think CCS is a great place to work and we are proud of the outstanding staff that helps make CCS a special place. We also like to point out exemplary service above and beyond the call! Each month we...
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