Partnering with CES

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Partnering with CES

Partnerships for Success

CES partners with a number of organizations and agencies for our work. Please click on the links below to learn more about these important partnerships.

Would you like to partner with CES for a project, program, or initiative?

You can inquire about partnering by visiting the Contact Us page and sending us a message.

Some of our partners include:

Department of Youth Services (DYS) Education Initiative

Since 2003, the Collaborative for Educational Services has been a partner to the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services (DYS) in creating access to high-quality education and employment opportunities for youth in the care and custody of DYS.

Special Education in Institutional Settings (SEIS) Education Initiative

Since July of 2008,in partnership with DESE, CES contracted with the Special Education in Institutional Settings (SEIS) Education Initiative at the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, changing the teaching and learning for the students in those settings.

Strategic Planning Initiative for Families and Youth (SPIFFY)

SPIFFY is a coalition of over 80 community partners working together to improve outcomes for youth in Hampshire County. Together we promote strong families and create a local culture where youth are supported to make healthy choices. 

Fitchburg State University: Graduate level education through CES licensure courses

Massachusetts Department of Children and Families: Systems Change for Successful Children project - educating professionals

Technology Partners: CES partners with several companies to offer school districts licenses to educational software

Library of Congress: Partners with Emerging America for the Teaching with Primary Sources programming

United Way of Pioneer Valley: Supports CES 21st Century After School Programs with a generous grant.

United Way of Pioneer Valley