CCOIC offers classes to help you pass your GED Test! In-Person FREE GED Daytime Classes begin July 6th. Classes take place every Monday through Thursday from 9 AM to 4 PM and every Friday from 9 AM to 1 PM.
Please remember, you MUST CALL or REGISTER first you can NOT just show up.
Please call Maryann Stravous at 610-235-4588 or email email@example.com so she can register you NOW!
This workshop is designed for both entrepreneurs thinking about opening their first business and existing business owners looking for a “checkup.” Presented in partnership with the Small Business Adminstration and City of Coatesville.
Date: 6/23/20 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Registration Deadline: 6/22/20 8:00 AM (EDT)
Fee: $25.00 Registration Policies
For more information visit Webinar Registration.
I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe. Mom. Mom.
I can’t breathe.
As a mother myself, these words bring instant panic, fear and reaction. If I saw my son, my brother, my nephew, my cousin voicing these words on news feed over and over again, those instant reactions would ultimately move into raging anger.
That’s what we see in our streets repeated all over this country. Chester County OIC wishes to bring honor to the name of George Floyd and so many like him, who have lost their lives in the struggle of being Black or of color in America.
The County Health Department opens first testing site at Gordon Early Literacy Center! The Center will be the FIRST public site for the County with diagnostic testing
“Who would have thought the job I love so much could kill
The words of our former C.N.A. graduate haunt me every
day. Christiana is now an LPN at Chester
County Hospital. Like all front line
workers, she endures every day, caring for those in dire need while risking her
own safety and that of her young family.
“The virus is here and it’s real. Don’t wait for it to change
your life, change your behavior.”
By now you have heard the reports of one (1) COVID-19 positive case in the City of Coatesville. The bells are now ringing close to home. It is time to step up our commitment to inform this community of what is inevitable, more positive cases.
We are going to see more families devastated
Please read this information from the Centers for the Disease Control and Prevention about the proper use of cloth face covering
For more information about cloth masks go to this link:
At Chester County OIC we are doing are best to ensure the
safety and wellness of our community and staff by doing our part in social
distancing and other measures. We are
closely monitoring this pandemic and keeping our office closed to the public
until such time as COVID 19 has subsided.
Stay tuned for further notice. We
look forward to seeing you all again – soon!
⭐Today is Census Day⭐
Census results impact and influence our community every day,
including school lunches, plans for highways, support for firefighters and families
Complete the 2020 Census – mail it or complete on-line!
CLICK HERE to the 2020 Census
The surge is coming say most experts. Let’s not get complacent. Please continue to wash your hands frequently, self-isolate as much as possible, keep a safe social distance when out. Remember when you’re out at the local grocery store or handling money, or getting your mail, any surface could carry the virus. –