ConnCAT's mission is to inspire, motivate, and prepare youth and adults for educational and career advancement, through after-school arts and job training programming.
Summer Program in Full Swing!
Our Youth Summer Arts Program is in full swing with 75 youth learning about social movements through the art of the Harlem Renaissance. They are working on projects that will be presented to the community at the Summer Showcase on August 11th. We hope you will join us!
(Another) New Day in NEWhallville
What a day! Thanks to all who came out to enjoy the live entertainment by local artists, great food and community resources. View photosfrom the day.
A special thanks to all of the event sponsors -
Wells Fargo Bank, Eblens, Cornell Hill Scott Health Center, Yale University and United Way of Greater New Haven.
Now Enrolling - Adults Career Training Opportunities
ConnCAT is currently recruiting for the next cohort of our Culinary Arts program. Join us on Tues, August 9th for a chance to learn more about the programs. Pre-registration is required. ConnCAT is a SNAP/E&T approved program.
Carlton Highsmith Chair of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Professor Norman Gray hosted a two week entrepreneurial camp for 20New Haven high school students. The young entrepreneurs were supported by current business students and learned basic mechanics of how to run a successful business, business theory and applied their newly acquired knowledge into the development of their own mock start up.