ConnCAT providing opportunities


(WTNH)– Erik Clemons and Genevive Walker talk about Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology.

Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology (ConnCAT), founded in 2011, is a post-secondary career training School which provides market-relevant job training and placement services to under and unemployed adults and multimedia arts education to under-achieving youth from low-income families. They currently have an after-school as well as a summer program.

ConnCAT just signed a three-year contract with the City and State Boards of Education to serve as the lead community group in the “turnaround” effort taking place this coming academic year at Lincoln-Bassett School. ConnCAT will run “after-school arts programming for grades 3-6, while addressing the needs of Lincoln-Bassett parents as well as families in the Newhallville community through adult-based classes and workshops.

Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology is located at 4 Science Park in New Haven. For more information, call 203-823-9823 or go to

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