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Karen Kiely: Chief Operating Officer CAP Tulsa Story Comments Print Create a hardcopy of this page Font Size: Default font size Larger font size 1 Posted: Friday, July 22, 2016 12:00 am Lesa Jones firstname.lastname@example.org | 0 comments Karen Kiely heads CAP Tulsa, one of the largest and most innovative anti-poverty organizations in the region. Kiely advises, “There is no need to put up a façade; instead, be genuine, stand up for what is right, eschew organizational politics and ultimately, be true to yourself.”
The basketball lessons were part of CAP Tulsa's summer program at Frost Elementary in north Tulsa.
Tulsa University's men's basketball team took on what's likely to be its smallest competitors Wednesday morning. CAP Tulsa , an early learning school for low-income students ages 0-4, hosted the team. They ran drills, shot free-throws and brought a few smiles to little faces along the way.
Tulsa has a striking characteristic—one in three children younger than 5 lives in poverty. The Community Action Project of Tulsa County, or CAP Tulsa, is working to change that through services that support moving whole families up the economic ladder.
$25,000 to Community Action Project of Tulsa County to provide English language instruction to low-income, non-English speaking parents of very young children.
"ya estamos recibiendo las solicitudes para que las familias soliciten para el programa CAP Tulsa, mientras mas pronto lo hagan es mucho mejor"
Early enrollment is underway for CAP Tulsa’s early childhood education program. The agency is offering early placement in for the 2016-17 school year starting in April as well as a new online application process.
Mosaic, the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s diversity business council, recognized 35 area businesses Thursday for their efforts to promote inclusion.
CAP Tulsa is expanding a program that provides job training for low-income parents of young children in an effort to break the cycle of poverty.
The Community Action Project of Tulsa has launched their annual literacy campaign and book drive. The "Together We Read" campaign aims to help children aged zero to four have better reading comprehension and word recognition.