The Council for Economic Opportunities’ President and CEO, Dr. Jacklyn Chisholm, has the honor of meeting a lot of Clevelanders. Now, she’s sharing the stories she’s hearing from them with you! Check out her new blog, where she’ll share her experiences with clients, partners and others in Greater Cleveland.
We are now enrolling for the 2017-18 preschool year.
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All of our centers are four-and-five star rated by the State of Ohio’s Step Up to Quality initiative and are certified by PRE4CLE, the Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s quality preschool initiative.
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We Invest in People
We’ll meet with you to address any immediate needs then identify some life goals. Do you want to enroll your child in preschool to get him or her on a path to success early in life? Are you unemployed and looking for a job? Do you want to go back to school to get a college degree? Are you having trouble paying the bills and making ends meet? Whatever your challenges are, we will work with you on solutions.
We Nurture Success
We Transform Lives
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Stories of Progress + Success
The Council for Economic Opportunities’ Big Walks are coming up! Staff will be in YOUR neighborhood, talking about Head Start, helping you enroll your child and promoting upcoming workshops and events. The annual Big Walks allow people in the Greater Cleveland...
Council for Economic Opportunities staff members at the Neighborhood Opportunity Centers celebrated Red Nose Day on Thursday. The day celebrated around the world, and is used as a fundraiser to fight childhood poverty and to support programs that keep kids safe,...
Parents and staff at the Council for Economic Opportunities laced up their sneakers and hit the pavement for the “Hoop it Up” event at Willard Head Start on Friday. The Hoop it Up event invited parents to participate in a basketball tournament, with the...
May is Community Action Month, so to celebrate, the Council for Economic Opportunities held open houses at each of its Neighborhood Opportunity Centers. The open houses were held at each NOC location, and provided the public with the opportunity to see the facilities,...