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.
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2021 Summer Enrichment Program Summary
Thank you for participating in our first ever afternoon enrichment program. We appreciate your patience. Scroll down to learn about the activities provided this summer. You can also click on…Read more
UniteCT Helps Connecticut Households Affected by COVID-19 With Rent & Utilities
UniteCT provides up to $15,000 rental assistance and up to $1,500 electricity payment assistance to Connecticut households financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program is administered by the Department…Read more
Alliance For Black Achievement Board of Education Candidates Forum
Join the Alliance for Black Achievement to hear from Board of Education Candidates about their beliefs and priorities concerning Stamford Public Schools' Black Students. Monday, September 27th from 6pm-7pm Via…Read more
Board of Education Candidates Forum, October 7, 2021
Join us for the Angela Lorenti Memorial Stamford Board of Education Candidates Forum 2021 Thursday, October 7 from 7 to 9 pm via Zoom The Forum will be presented via…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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