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CFCC Caregiver Advocate Program (CAP)


Cambridge Families of Color Coalition


Caregiver Advocate Program (CAP) is a community resource by and for caregivers of color to support each other in the Cambridge Public Schools through anti racist advocacy training and skill building.

Registration required


This Program is free!

Caregivers of color will be paid a $250 stipend for becoming a caregiver of color advocate.


The program serves people at their homes or wherever it is needed or online.

  • Only virtual (online or over the phone).

Dates and Times

.: Sat, May 15 2021 – Sun, May 16 2021 Sat, May 22 2021 – Sun, May 23 2021.

Sunday and Saturday.


Advocacy training will occur on May 15 & 16 and May 22 & 23 from 10-12pm.

Additional information

Through CFCC's Caregiver Advocate Program, caregivers of color across the district will be able to rely on Caregiver Advocates to attend meetings alongside them with direct family advocacy training and experience. With this support, families of color will be able to shift systems of communication, resource sharing, and power dynamics within CPS to benefit their students. This program is a community asset that represents the strength, expertise, and collaboration within our community and encourages all family members to become advocates for their family's needs.


.: Sat, May 15 2021 – Sun, May 16 2021 Sat, May 22 2021 – Sun, May 23 2021.

Sunday and Saturday.

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Last updated May 4, 2021.