Community Concepts Inc.,- Job Opening: Community Educator

Maine Families Community Educator The Family Services Department at Community Concepts is excited to announce an opening for a Community Educator position for the Maine Families program of Oxford County. The role of the Community Educator is to implement strategies to prevent, address and reduce child abuse and neglect in Oxford County. The Community Educator will provide resources, support, and facilitate programs for groups and individuals as appropriate to increase self-sufficiency and family resilience, while assisting with documentation, tracking and reporting data related to program and client activities. This position is 40 hours a week based in our Norway office. Will require trav

Community Concepts Inc.,- Job Opening: Maine Families In-Home Visitor

Maine Families Visitor The Family Services Department at Community Concepts is excited to announce an opening for a Family Visitor position for the Maine Families program of Oxford County. The Maine Family Visitor ensures families in Oxford County have the support they need to foster optimal physical and emotional health and well-being for children and their parents. This is done by enhancing family functioning with a focus on increasing parent knowledge, family strengths, problem solving skills and family support systems. The family visitor will assist parents to develop advocacy skills both for themselves and their children, support parents as their child’s first and most important teach

Broadband Survey

There's work taking place in Oxford County to plan for improved broadband service. Part of the planning process is building a better understanding of how the Internet is or isn't working for people in western Maine. If you're a resident or second home owner, please take a minute to add your voice through this quick survey. We're looking for input from residents who live in the Canton, Hebron, Hanover, Sumner, and Waterford areas.

New OCWC Employee

We're happy to welcome Emily Knapp as OCWC's newest employee! Emily started at Healthy Oxford Hills as an intern in the spring of 2017 where she was introduced to OCWC and SNAP-Ed work. After completing 600 hours of interning, she graduated from the University of Farmington with a Bachelor's in Community Health Education. Emily stayed on at HOH working as a Community Nutrition Educator through SNAP-Ed. She switched roles at the beginning of August, moving into the new Strategic Support Coordinator position. In this new role she will add much-needed capacity for core functions of the Collaborative, including communications, logistics, and grant support. We are very happy to have her aboard! Y

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