What We Do
Stamford Cradle to Career (SC2C) works to ensure that ALL Stamford children succeed in education, career, and life. We strive for equity and excellence for every child, from cradle to career. Stamford Cradle to Career is a community-wide partnership with more than 60 active members, aligning resources to measurably improve the lives of Stamford children. We are a member of the StriveTogether national non-profit network of nearly 70 communities that have adopted the collective impact model.
For the 2020-2021 year, SC2C facilitated:
- 53collaborative meetings
- 170members attending at least one meeting
- 70+hours of collaborative team meetings
Featured News & Events:
Early Grade Reading Professional Development Series 2022-2023
Supporting Early Literacy Outside of School (4 Part Series) Stamford Public Schools (SPS) will share an overview of the early literacy curriculum and hand-on practice with strategies and tools used…Read more
SC2C Stamford Unites Community Collective
JOIN US FOR OUR MULTI-SERIES COMMUNITY COLLECTIVE: March 10, 21 & April 11 SC2C Community Partners Convening Tuesday, April 11, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm How can we continue…Read more
Food For Thought
SNAP 101 Trainings: We will be hosting a series of “SNAP 101” trainings, in partnership with End Hunger CT!, that will occur monthly in both English and Spanish. Join these…Read more
2023 Bridge to College Sign up
DATE OF BRIDGE TO COLLEGE PROGRAM: JUNE-SEPTEMBER 2023 If you are interested in learning more about the program and participating in the program, please fill out the form below!…Read more
How It Works
SC2C is working collaboratively with Stamford Public Schools, nonprofits, local colleges and universities, the City of Stamford, civic organizations, business owners, community members, parents and youth to effectively identify existing programs that have proven positive outcomes while simultaneously piloting new programs to address the need at hand.
The Stamford Cradle to Career partnership has identified several key outcome areas to convene Community Action Networks (CANs) for intense focus with the goal of improvement:
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