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This Week in CCOIC News – Mid July

In the Chester County OIC news this week you will find information on the Wonderfully Me Incorporated Empowerment program, Camp Dreamcatcher volunteering, training from South-Eastern Regional Pennsylvania Task Force, an important reminder from a Child’s Light, mental health presentations from Penn Medicine, affordable Wi-Fi, Digital Literacy classes, C.N.A training classes!, Forklift Training, an upcoming Legal Aid Expungement workshop, a Visit from the President of OIC, reflections on the Big Old Kids Party, CareerLink Services events and workshops, job openings, news and information for ESL & GED students, virtual conversation groups (evening and daytime), clothing for employment needs, mental health resources, and a human services hotline (2-1-1).

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Ready, Set, Train

Are you ready for a new exciting career in the healthcare industry.

Sign up for the CCOIC Pre LPN / C.N.A. Program.

Cohort 1

Start date: 2/14/2022

Deadline to apply: 1/27/2022

Cohort 2

Start date: 5/23/2022

Deadline to apply: 5/5/2022

Cohort 3

Start date: 9/19/2022
Deadline to apply: 9/2/2022

For details, registration or information regarding eligibility and funding, contact Izabella at 484-798-0122 or via e-mail: or Tara at 484-798-0730.

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COVID-19 Safety Check

OIC receives two-year grant.

By Mark Hostutler

The Alliance for Health Equity (AHE) will award a two-year grant in the amount of $225,000 to the Chester County OIC (Opportunities Industrialization Center) for the Homelessness and Unemployment in Coatesville Collective.

The collective aims to help people live healthy and well by increasing employment, living wages, and housing stability for 18- to 24-year-old adults of color living in Coatesville.

The AHE began a three-phase process to implement a Collective Impact model for the Homelessness and Unemployment in Coatesville Collective. Collective Impact is a disciplined, cross-sector approach to solving complex social and environmental issues on a large scale.

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Youth/Adult Reentry Program

For ages 18 – 24!

Have you ever had ANY criminal involvement or need a GED?

Schedule an appointment using the QR code below to learn more!

IF you meet any of the criteria please call or text 484-378-9033 or email Javonna Wylie at

Spaces limited to first come first serve.

CCOIC: ESL and GED Classes

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!

Please call Maryann Stravous at 610-235-4588 or email so she can register you NOW!


Virtual free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes will be held every Monday through Thursday from 9AM to 12PM and every Tuesday and Thursday from 6PM to 9PM.


CCOIC offers classes to help you pass your GED test. In person classes are held Monday through Thursday from 9AM to 4PM and Friday from 9AM to 4PM. Virtual classes are held every Monday and Wednesday from 6PM to 9PM.

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Chester County Opportunities Industrialization Center is a non-profit community- based organization that has been meeting the needs of the economically disadvantaged individuals throughout the community. 


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