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    Fedcap Career Design School 2017 graduates with Don Harreld, Senior VP, Education (center front) and Christine McMahon, Fedcap President and CEO (center middle)

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    Fedcap Board members Ken Raisler and Larry Ach with Fedcap Graduation 2017 speaker James Branch.

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    Fedcap Board member Malvina Kay with Fedcap Graduation 2017 speaker Yashira Cruz.

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    Happy Fedcap 2017 graduates!

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    Job coach Willie Anderson; Fedcap School 2017 Valedictorian Syasia Briggs; job coach Patrick Deblasio and basketball coach Mike Eserokpe.

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    Fedcap School graduates celebrate!

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    Proud Fedcap School graduate!

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    At the 2017 Spring Cocktail Party (l to r): Wildcat Chair and Fedcap Board member Peter Samuels; Fedcap President and CEO Christine McMahon; Bill Grinker, Amalia Betanzos Distinguished Service Award honoree, and Fedcap Board Chair Mark O'Donoghue.

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    Wildcat Chair and Fedcap Board Member Peter Samuels and Fedcap Senior VP of Workforce Development Grant Collins with Michael McClain and family. Michael shared his inspiring story of overcoming incarceration as a teenager to climbing the career ladder in culinary arts, with support and mentoring from Wildcat. Michael is now Head Chef at a prominent NYC restaurant.

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    Carol Kellermann, longtime Fedcap supporter and President of the Citizens Budget Commission, introducing Bill Grinker, the evening's honoree.

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    A Breaking the Cycle event in Augusta, Maine on April 12th highlighted the program's success to date in assisting state TANF recipients. Pictured are Grant Collins, Fedcap Senior VP of Workforce Development, and Mary Mayhew, Commissioner of the Maine Department of Health and Human Services.

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    Crystal, a Breaking the Cycle consumer, and Mary Mayhew, Commissioner of the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, at an April 12 event in Augusta, Maine recognizing the program's impact

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    Serena Powell, Fedcap Senior VP of the New England Region, with a Breaking the Cycle consumer shortly after his interview on WCSH Channel 6. Click the image to watch his moving testimonial to Breaking the Cycle's impact.

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    Fedcap held its 13th Solution Series – Why Business Should Support Early Childhood Education: Building a Workforce Pipeline for the 21st Century Business – on March 29 at Mutual of America.

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    Solution Series panelists Katharine B. Stevens, Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute who leads AEI’s Early Childhood Program;Caitlin A. Codella, Senior Director of Policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Center for Education and Workforce, and Michael Weinstein, Economist, and Executive Director of Impact Matters.

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    Community Work Services held its 8th Annual Chili Cup at Ned Devine’s Irish Pub in Boston on Thursday, February 16th. Thanks to everyone who attended and supported CWS, and congratulations to all the restaurants, especially our friends at Causeway Bar & Restaurant for taking the cup back!

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    Andrea Mitsch,Director of Sales and Marketing, CWS; Michael Brown, CWS Board Member, and Serena Powell, Senior Vice President, New England Region/President and CEO, CWS

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    Safe Harbor Recovery Center Grand Opening

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    Third Annual Fedcap Golf Tournament - Changing the Lives of Youth in Foster Care

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    Over 60 staff and friends of Easter Seals New York and Fedcap attended NYC 2016 Disability Pride Parade. Pictured is Fedcap COO Joe Giannetto with Jessica de La Rosa, Ms. Wheelchair NY 2016.

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    27th Annual Easterseals New York Hudson Valley Golf Classic- Our Amazing Easterseals Kids

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    Fedcap Veteran Services - Helping Our Returning Veterans Gain the Skills They Need for Sustainable Employment in the Civilian Workforce

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    Easterseals New York Walk With Me 2016 - Raising awareness and support for families living with disabilities.

 

 

2017 Fedcap Graduation

 

A nonprofit founded in 1935, Fedcap develops innovative solutions, creating opportunities for people with barriers to economic well-being.

Fedcap's annual Graduations are among the most inspiring events on our calendar. They take on special meaning because of the barriers and challenges that individuals must overcome to graduate. The Fedcap Career Design School, Fedcap School and Easterseals Child Development Centers all celebrated graduations in June, in moving ceremonies that inspired all who attended.

Effective May 1, 2017 Fedcap Rehabilitation Services, Inc. (Fedcap) and Dixon Center for Military Veterans Services, two organizations dedicated to service and community impact, will join forces.

Join Fedcap on August 14, 2017 at Quaker Ridge Golf Course. The Fedcap Golf Tournament will change the lives of youth in foster care by helping them transition to college and careers.  Register here.  

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