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Upcoming Event: Poetry Slam

Career & Community Studies present the Annual Poetry Slam on Thursday, April 13th, 2017 at 6:00 PM in Roscoe West Hall. This event is co-hosted by TCNJ Best Buddies. All CCS & TCNJ students, alumni, families, friends, mentors, faculty, and staff are invited and encouraged to participate by reading a poem of their choice. Light… Continue Reading

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