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Independence through Work

Posted on 20 October 2015 by ca

The Crispus Attucks Center for Employment and Training (CACET) empowers York area residents to be self-sufficient through training, education, counseling and job placement.

CRISPUS ATTUCKS CENTER FOR EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING
VISION STATEMENT

The Vision of the Crispus Attucks Center for Employment and Training (CACET) is to become a self-sustaining, workforce development and training center with the capacity to expand our services to a growing and diverse population. Through these efforts, the overall standard of living for residents of Southeast York City and surrounding counties will improve along with a sense of responsibility for one’s self, family and community.

MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of the Crispus Attucks Center for Employment and Training (CACET) is to empower York area residents and surrounding counties through training, education, comprehensive case management, and job placement. The CACET is dedicated to providing quality customer service to all we serve. Special attention is directed to economically and socially challenged individuals, the unskilled or under-skilled, and youth and young adults.

Programs of the Center for Employment and Training are covered in detail below.

Get Help Finding & Preparing for Work

Apply for work through Crispus Attucks Center for Employment and Training (CACET)
Location: 620 S George St, York

General Employment Services

This program was developed to serve young adults ages 19 to 24 who are seeking employment. We strive to empower participants in the York County area (York City in particular), to attain self-sufficiency through training, education, counseling, and job placement.

Adult Employment Services

The Center for Employment & Training offers Basic Computer Training for adults. This training is free of charge to the public.

Youth Employment Services

The York Youth Employment Services provides in-school or out of school youth in York County the opportunity to complete their high school education, develop employability skills and skills-specific training that will ultimately put them in a position to secure gainful employment. This program targets youth between the ages of 17-22 years old.

Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)

The Senior Community Service Employment Program is a training program designed to assist the mature worker, age 55 and older, in re-entering the job market.  It operates under a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor Under Title V of the Older Americans Act. Contact Barry Freeland at 717-848-6700 for more information.

Community Connections Job Club

The Crispus Attucks Center for Employment & Training in partnership with Harley Davidson and other members of its Business Advisory Board has launched a new employment and training initiative entitled, The Crispus Attucks Community Connections Program. This initiative is designed to connect inner-city, underserved and underrepresented populations with higher skilled employment opportunities in York and surrounding counties. This workforce development training is seeking highly motivated, unemployed or underemployed, semi to highly skilled individuals who desire to improve their employability in such areas as: manufacturing, healthcare, retail, banking, hospitality, construction and general trades. The training will be offered in a classroom setting, one night per week over an eight-week period for two hours per night. Pre-testing and assessment will be done and participants may not miss any of the sessions.

The Crispus Attucks Center for Employment & Training Business Advisory Board is made up of representatives from York County business and organizations that provide us with guidance and technical assistance. They include:

  • Career Link of York County
  • Comcast Communications
  • Dentsply Professional
  • Glatfelter Company
  • Harley Davidson Inc.
  • Kinsley Construction
  • Lowe’s
  • Memorial Hospital
  • OSS
  • Performance Group
  • Susquehanna SCORE
  • The York Water Company
  • WellSpan Health
  • Wells Fargo Bank
  • White Rose Credit Union

Partners In Education Board

The Crispus Attucks Partners in Education Consortium (P.I.E) provides focused and goal oriented education and training opportunities to area residents.

  • Community Progress Council
  • Consolidated School of Business
  • Crispus Attucks Charter School
  • Harrisburg Area Community College (H.A.C.C.) – York Initiative
  • Kinsley Education Center
  • Manufacturer’s Association of South Central PA
  • Martin Memorial Library
  • Penn State-York
  • YCEA/YCAL
  • York Adams Academy
  • York City School District
  • York College of PA
  • York County Literacy Council
  • York County School of Technology
  • Yorktowne Business Institute
  • Young Women’s Christian Association (Y.W.C.A.)

The Crispus Attucks Association is a United Way of York County Partner Agency.  The Center for Employment & Training Youth Employment and Young Adult Employment Programs receive funding from the United Way of York County.

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Building Youth through Education

Posted on 26 September 2015 by ca

Crispus Attucks Charter School

The Crispus Attucks Charter School is designed to give youth the opportunity to earn their high school diploma. Along with academic classes, seniors must participate in Service Site construction training every other week. Students are also required to participate in Mental Toughness.
— Jacquie Martino-Miller, Crispus Attucks Charter School CEO

About Our School

The Crispus Attucks Charter School has successfully aligned its curriculum with the Pennsylvania Student State Standards and benchmarks. We were recognized by YouthBuild USA, our national parent organization, for our outstanding program.

The students who enter our program have committed themselves to positive change. They recite our mission statement every morning, with its focus on accepting responsibility and respectable leadership.

The school’s aim is to help each student earn a high school education, develop employability skills, provide skills training and ultimately put them in a position to further their education and secure gainful employment. This is done by having a state certified curriculum, and a teaching staff that meets the requirements of the Pennsylvania Department of Education in order to receive a high school diploma. There is a Mental Toughness component that focuses primarily upon self-discipline and positive self-image.

Our constant endeavor to keep that mission alive and growing is established in the following areas and strengths:

  • Maintain a safe, encouraging, supportive learning environment.
  • Provide individualized pupil-centered education.
  • Teach students how to become effective, successful learners.
  • Motivate and educate students to realize and achieve their highest intellectual potential.
  • Instill the relevance of education for personal and professional success.
  • Help former high school dropouts earn a high school diploma by meeting YouthBuild competencies and PDE standards.
  • Encourage students to pursue post high school education in college, technical, business, or trade schools.

Applications for enrollment to grade 12 of the Crispus Attucks Charter School are available daily. Please see Ms. Feliciano in the administrative office at 605 South Duke Street for an application.

 

Job Links & Post Secondary Education Opportunities

Click here for Crispus Attucks Charter School Transition Services for job links and post secondary education opportunities.

 

Para Padres de habla hispana

Si tiene preguntas o precupaciones en cuanto la educacion de sus hijos, por favor comunicase con la Sra. Chris Feliciano al 848-3610 ext. 250 o por correo electronico cfeliciano@crispusattucks.org. Con mucho gusto la Sra. Feliciano lo asistira.

Cliquear aqui para ver las politicas y procedimientos escolares.

Cliquear aqui para conexión de internet escolar sobre servicios de transición de empleo y oportunidades educativos secundarios.

 

Title IX Statement

Crispus Attucks Charter School shall not discriminate in their educational programs, activities or employment practices based on race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, ancestry or any other legally protected classification.  This policy is in accordance with state and federal laws, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act Title IX Statement.

For further information, contact:

Crispus Attucks Charter School
Title IX Officer
605 S. Duke St.
York, PA 17401
(717) 848-3610

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Rental Housing

Posted on 10 February 2014 by ca

The Crispus Attucks Association is committed to providing quality, affordable housing to York community residents. If you are in the market for housing in York, please take a look at our recently published list of available units.

If you are ready to take the next step and commit to a Crispus Attucks unit, print out a copy of the rental application below. Once you have filled out the application, bring it with the following items to our 613 South George Street office to complete your rental application:

  • The application completed to the best of your ability. If you have any questions, our bilingual staff will gladly assist you in completing the application;
  • Social Security cards for all persons who will be residing in the unit;
  • proof of income;
  • and photo identification for all adults who will be residing in the unit.

Please contact the Crispus Attucks Housing Department at 717-848-3610 ext 242 or ext 253 with any questions.

Rental Application

Aplicacion para alquilar

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Affordable Housing in Southeast York

Posted on 23 December 2009 by ca

Crispus Attucks provides safe, affordable housing for low to moderate income residents. Our housing units include 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments and single family homes in the southeast neighborhood of York. The Housing Program provides referrals for our tenants to other agencies and services. Select renovated houses offer homeownership opportunities.

York Southeast Neighborhood Before 1999

York Southeast Neighborhood Before 1999

Our bilingual staff works diligently with tenants to provide them with safe, affordable, low/moderate-income housing. They also work with other community agencies that will assist our clients to help them improve their lives.

The Crispus Attucks Association’s commitment to provide low-income housing to the York community has reached a critical juncture. We have begun to evaluate current neighborhood needs, homeownership opportunities, partnerships with other not-for-profit organizations and the forging of new business partnerships. This evaluation will carry forward as we look to restructure the ownership structure, rehabilitate properties and fill the service gaps that exist in York.

Rental Housing

York's Southeast Neighborhood 2003

The Maintenance Department maintains an inventory of supplies, a workshop area to repair large items, and space for additional training of YouthBuild students who may work nearby. This arrangement helps to save costs by allowing for better monitoring of equipment and supplies, consolidating services, and promoting efficiency of staff time.

The maintenance of our low-income housing units is a primary concern for the department. They continually strive to provide the best service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To view a list of available units in York, please visit our Rental Housing page.  Please call our housing department at 717-848-3610 ext 242 or ext 253 with any questions.

Ownership

Home ownership is one of the cornerstones of a stable neighborhood and a vital economy. Crispus Attucks Community Development Department is committed to supporting sustainable home ownership efforts within the southeast neighborhood.

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