Working Together to Engage Connecticut Youth
Our mission is to invest in and help strengthen youth-serving organizations in Connecticut so they can work effectively, reliably, and sustainably with severely off-track or disconnected young people ages 14 to 26 in order to help them re-engage in and complete secondary education or a credential, then transition successfully to a post-secondary pathway leading to satisfying employment at a living wage that supports their self-sufficiency.
Strengthening Youth-Serving Organizations to Positively Impact Young People
This revised long-term strategy document presents the results of the thinking and planning of the Connecticut Opportunity Project in the summer of 2022 to refine its strategy of social investing.
The Opportunity Project's second Annual Report shows what our grantee partners and team have accomplished together in the second year of CTOP’s 10-year social investment strategy.