CAP Tulsa’s CareerAdvance® program was recently featured in a Foundation for Child Development report about dual-generation programs offering increased opportunities for families. The goal of a dual-generation strategy is to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty by providing families with education, workforce training, and related support services that move these families toward economic security and stability. It recognizes CareerAdvance® as …
Summer University (SummerU) is our eight week summer program for children enrolled at our early childhood education sites. SummerU takes place June 16 – August 6. It’s designed to function like a summer camp, so children and staff have FUN and explore new things while learning during the summer months. …
NPR recently spent a few days in Tulsa covering the great things happening in early childhood education, as well as our two-generation approach to breaking the cycle of poverty with programs for parents.
Reporter Claudio Sanchez spent time at TPS’s Porter Early Childhood Development Center to look at the success of early childhood education in Tulsa. Eric Westervelt followed up with …
On Saturday, April 16, CAP Tulsa received the Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence (ONE) Award for Education from the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, along with a check for $7,500.
Out of approximately 19,000 nonprofits statewide, only 24 were named finalists. Awards are presented in the following eight categories:
- Arts and Humanities
- Health Services
- Youth Development
“Just to be nominated reflects not only CAP Tulsa’s achievements, but also the …