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YCPC Participated in the Codorus Corridor Summer Enrichment Program!
The Codorus Corridor Summer Enrichment Program (CCSEP) was led by Crispus Attucks York Center for Employment and Training. The primary goal of the CCSEP is to expose York City students to an array of careers, using the vehicle of a real development project – the Codorus Creek Greenway project. The Codorus Greenway project is an infrastructure plan to improve creek access, connect and add trailways, improve flood control, and connect communities. The Codorus Greenway trail will run on the west bank of the Codorus, opposite the York County Heritage Rail Trail through York City.
Fourteen students from several local schools met at Crispus Attucks York 20 hours per week for 6 weeks and learned both in the field and in classroom about the many different career paths involved in the Codorus Greenway project.
The 6-week program included presentations by York County Planning Commission staff members:
• Rachel Stahlman, York Countywide Action Plan Coordinator, Long Range Planning Division• Kurt Leitholf, Chief, Municipal Planning Division• Jesse King, Senior Planner, Municipal Planning Division
On August 16th, the 14 students graduated from the 6-week program. The ceremony was held at Logos Academy, along Codorus Creek. The students presented what they’ve learned and more importantly, answered deeply profound questions about what they feel will make our community better. Crispus Attucks and all the partners involved in the 6-week program were very impressed and all participants are looking forward to continuing this program for years to come!