The future of Cape Cod is in your hands.

The data is in...

... and will be presented at our 3rd Annual Community Breakfast on June 18th at 7am at the Cape Codder Resort and Spa.

This inspiring event will feature a presentation by Barry Bluestone, Director of the Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy at Northeastern University, revealing the Shape the Cape data and analysis as well as CCYP's presentation of strategies to address the findings of the study.

CCYP will also present $16,000 in Career Connect scholarships awards to deserving and motivated local young professionals. Admission is $10 for CCYP Members and $20 for Non-Members.

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What's the problem?

From 2000 to 2010, there was a 26% decline in Barnstable County residents age 25-44. ¹

If current trends continue, Cape Cod communities could experience a vacuum of wealth in culture, spirit and revenue. CCYP, on behalf of its membership and the communities it serves is working to put into action a community-engaged plan to retain and recruit a diverse workforce for our region with the goal to build healthy and vibrant communities and to increase civic engagement for the betterment of the future of Cape Cod.

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Shape the Cape is a community-driven effort. We're shaping the future of Cape Cod and we need your help.

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