Join CCOIC for a new virtual Time Management Workshop: Keys to Getting the Bag. In this workshop you’ll learn about planning and the workplace.
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
YOUR OWN HOME, THROUGH ZOOM!
TO SIGN UP CALL:
What is a PLAN
• BECOME ORGANIZED
• IMPORTANCE OF PLANS
• PLANNING YOUR DAY
• BACKUPS, BACKUPS, BACKUPS!
• PLANNING FOR THE RULES
• THE EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK
The 2020 Census will determine congressional representation,
inform hundreds of billions in federal funding every year, and provide data that
will impact communities for the next decade. It is also used to draw
congressional and state legislative districts. When we do the census, we make
public benefits better for our local Coatesville community.
Don’t worry, the census will never ask for your citizenship
status, your social security number, or any form of payment. And you can very easily fill out a census
form in one of three ways:
- Fill out the form online at 2020census.gov
- If you were mailed a paper form, mail it in
- Fill out the census by phone at 844-330-2020
Please note that if you use a P.O. Box to receive your
residential mail, you will NOT receive any mailing from the Census Bureau. However, if you have not yet been contacted
by the Census Bureau, you can still fill out a form online with your name and
CCOIC offers a variety of training programs and workshops. Learn more about:
Virtual English as a Second Language and GED classes that are accepting registration NOW! LEARN MORE
Career Development Workshops were you’ll learn about LinkedIn, Having a Mentor, How to Present Yourself if you have a Criminal Record and Creating Goals for Career and Life. LEARN MORE
Our new SOAR Coursera Training Program with classes like Covid Response Contact Tracker, Google IT Support Pro Certificate, Skills of the Future: Advanced Manufacturing and Skills of the Future: Entrepreneurship. LEARN MORE
COVID-19 Reopening Protocol as of 7/1/20
The safety of our staff and clientele is our highest priority. As our County is now in the green phase, we have been thinking through necessary operational changes to safely conduct program operations. We are resuming operations in July with the CDC guidelines in mind and the goal of exercising an abundance of caution and precaution. Staff will be following these protocols:
Join CCFWG and PathWays PA and hear insight from Joyce Chester, President and CEO of Chester County-OIC in this virtual dive into the latest Self-Sufficiency Standard for Pennsylvania, a report that includes data on Chester County households overlooked and under-counted in the federal poverty level.
To register for the event, visit bit.ly/3hKPtFf.
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