All posts by: Mike

CCS’ award-winning employment program Way2Work seeks a creative and outgoing individual to join its dynamic team. Support individuals to develop career goals and job seeking skills; secure employment; and collaborate with businesses to build partnerships for long-term employment. The ideal candidate will...
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CCS was honored to be one of three recipients of funding from the remarkable “100+ Women Who Care, Chittenden County, VT” initiative in late 2022. We welcomed the grant funds, of course, but also loved the opportunity to share more...
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Our volunteer blogger, and second-year medical student, Ashwini Sarathy is back with her latest “Let’s Talk” post. Read “Let’s Talk New Year’s Resolutions”  for some important tips for home and on the road this winter.   Check out her whole...
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The CCS Annual Report for FY2021-22 is now available. Read or download it here!...
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Make a tax-deductible gift for 2022 until midnight 12/31 . . . or ring in the New Year a minute later and help CCS kick-off its 2023 Annual Fund campaign! Either way, you can give securely online! Every dollar means...
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Last year we added a food drive for Feeding Chittenden to our agency holiday party and collected 315 pounds of food. This year, we raised 50 percent more! We packed Employment & Education Director Michelle Paya’s truck and, upon delivery...
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Our volunteer blogger, and second-year medical student, Ashwini Sarathy is back with her latest “Let’s Talk” post. Read “Let’s Talk Winter Safety”  for some important tips for home and on the road this winter.   Check out her whole series...
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At each CCS “all-staff” meeting we announced staff members nominated by their peers for work above and beyond. Here are December’s honorees . . . Karen – for her sensitive and smart way of navigating a complicated and new situation...
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On Tuesday, Nov. 29, Vermont Agency of Human Services Secretary Jenney Samuelson visited CCS to tour our building and to meet some of the CCS Management Team to talk about our work. “It was an honor to meet with Secretary...
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#GivingTuesday can be your reminder to make a year-end donation to a community-based organization. Consider a tax-deductible gift to Champlain Community Services (CCS)! Of course, your donation helps on any day, Tuesday or otherwise, year-round. And you will be giving...
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