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Partnering with Community Renewal Team

 
CRT staff helps people improve job skills, maintain independence, stabilize living situations, and achieve educational goals. To change lives and create opportunities, CRT works closely with local businesses, corporations, educational institutions and organizations to foster participant independence and skill building. Together we guide individuals, families and entire communities toward a long-term stable and more successful future.


Corporate Partnerships
CRT is committed to working with institutions that support CRT’s mission of improving lives. Our corporate partners advise CRT on potential markets, support CRT programs and activities, and help create strategic collaborations.

Community Partnerships
CRT is committed to promoting advancement within our communities. We collaborate with other nonprofit agencies to improve and innovate service delivery. Guided by shared goals, we partner to expand education, youth, and employment opportunities. We share resources to strengthen senior services, housing and behavioral health services to our communities.

Educational Partnerships
CRT is committed to advancing employment, training and educational opportunities for our staff and for students interested in health and human services.

CRT offers colleges and universities:

  • Internships that provide mentoring and career opportunities at any of our program services and administrative departments.
  • Research opportunities for institutions interested in health and human services for people of all ages.
  • Opportunities to collaborate with workforce groups and Boards of Education in local towns.

For more information on our Partnership Programs, contact Nanct Shapiro, Director of Development at (860) 560 - 5471 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Updated August 2016  
Meet CRT's President Lena Rodriguez
 
Karen Lucas Breda
Director MSN/BSN Programs  University of Hartford 
"Of all the things we do at Project Horizon, we are most proud of the successes at McKinney and hope that we can continue our partnership for many years to come."

Jane Bisantz
Speech and Language Pathologist
CT Birth to Three
“After 30 years, I still love to volunteer with CRT because the children, their families and the staff are the most wonderful human beings in the world. Currently, I’m on the Health Board with people who absolutely care and are totally accountable. They are monitoring and improving the well being of CRT’s preschool children.”

 
 

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