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TCNJ Best Buddies Wins Outstanding Chapter Award at Annual Conference

Abbi Anker (center left with plaque), chapter president of TCNJ Best Buddies, and a Career & Community Studies House Mentor and Academic Mentor, pictured with Anthony Kennedy Shriver (left), founder and chairman of Best Buddies; Katie Meade, Best Buddies Model (center right); and David Quilleon, Senior Vice President of Global Missions for Best Buddies (right), after accepting the… Continue Reading

CCS Alumni News…

At last night’s CCS sponsored Transition Panel for Junior/Senior CCS students and their families, our very own CCS Alumni Chrissy Alaimo and Nicole DiSipio (both Class of 2015) presented information about their post-graduation life in Narberth, PA.  They chose to share an apartment at PIN, the Philadelphia Independence Network, a community-based program where young adults… Continue Reading

Info session — Student Life Mentors….

Are you a TCNJ student interested in becoming a CCS Student Life Mentor?  Make a Difference – Build Leadership Skills – Free Housing Opportunities – All Majors Welcome to Apply… Come to an information session on one of the following dates to learn more in Education building room 207 on: Monday, Nov. 2 at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,… Continue Reading

CCS Program Briefing for Educators Nov. 20, 2015

Please join us on Friday, November 20 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for an overview of the Career and Community Studies Program (a four year, college based program for youth with developmental and intellectual disabilities between the ages of 18-25). This overview is geared towards educators including: transitional coordinators, guidance counselors, teachers and administrators.  There is… Continue Reading

CCS in the News…

Accolades for Tim Zaugg from Capital Health published in their Summer 2015 Newsletter.  Tim’s CCS Senior Internship was with Capital Health Medical Center and he was well liked by his coworkers.  “Tim was a pleasure to work with…Tim will be missed by all.”  Read the rest of Capital Health’s article.  Zaugg Capital Health Newsletter item 2015 Continue Reading

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