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Blue Hills Civic Association

The Blue Hills Civic Association founded in 1962, is a non-profit, community based organization whose purpose is to build a strong, caring Blue Hills community, to enhance the quality of life of both our neighborhood residents and those beyond and in so doing, to improve the city of Hartford... read more



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54 Years: Let's Build Together


Although many companies and non-profit organizations have come and gone after half a century, the Blue Hills Civic Association (BHCA) is still going, and growing, strong!



Founded in 1962, we are a non-profit, community-based organization that works to build a strong, caring community, to enhance the quality of life of both our neighborhood residents and those beyond and in so doing, to improve the city of Hartford.


  • “ The BHEST program surrounded me with people that cared about my future.”

    Clarrisa Gadson
  • “The Program helped me become a better person. It helped me become more open…….especially with my family.”

    Chince Wilson
  • “Without Blue Hills Civic in my life none of my success would have been possible.”

    Jemuel East


2016 Summer Youth Employment (SYELP) Application Now Available!!

The 2016 Summer Youth Employment Program pre-application is now available online via Capital Workforce Partners (CWP) 

To be eligible for this year’s summer employment program students must be:


  • Enrolled in school at the time of application (up to grade 12)

  • Eligible to work in the U.S. Minimum Age 14 as of July 1, 2016

 Hartford Residents (only) please click on the Link below to complete the Pre-application 
   Summer Youth Employment Application (Hartford Residents)

All Non- Hartford Residents please click the Link below
Summer Youth Employment Application (Non-Hartford Residents)


PLEASE NOTE: All youth must have a valid email address to be contacted by CWP

Employment

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We assist 400 residents annually to obtain employment, and improve access to job training, education and community resources by building capacity and connections with area employers.

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Development

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The Slight Edge Program is a Capital Workforce Partners funded initiative that provides youth with comprehensive work readiness training and subsequent internships in their chosen career fields.

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Recreation

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The "Making the Connection”: Hartford Youth Health, Fitness, and Academic Success program is designed to coordinate health and fitness activities with nutrition education for 100 under-served ...

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