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History:
Community Enterprises of St. Clair County was formed in October of 2011 by The Arc of St. Clair County as a new private, non-profit organization to assume responsibility for and operation of programs that serve adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  These programs are designed to help individuals in their quest to live, work, and be included with others in all aspects and places of community life.

CESCC Staff:

Community Enterprises' dedicated staff believe in Programs offered by Community Enterprises and strive for one or several of the following goals: 1) Community Inclusion, 2) Increased productivity, 3) greater self-reliance, 4) economic self-sufficiency, and 5) growth in one's self-esteem.

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Mychal Fearncombe

Executive Director

Patty Shine, Lifeskills and Community Su

Vacant,

Associate Director

Vacant, 

Operations Manager

Patty Shine

Lifeskills and Community Supports Program Supervisor

Caitlin Reynolds, Enriching Community Li

Caitlin Reynolds

Enriching Community Life Program Supervisor

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Kriss Ayotte

Accounts Payable

Laurie Karig, River District and Communi

Laurie Karig

River District and Work Activity Program Supervisor

Scott Bradley, Bluewater Secure Shreddin

Scott Bradley

Bluewater Secure Shredding Sales and Marketing Manager

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Lisa Renno

Executive Assistant

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Annette Agosta

Payroll

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Haran Stanley

Job Recruiter

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Jill Gorde

Job Recruiter

Board of Directors:

Board President -       Bree Hoski

Vice President -          Mary Kuffa

​Board Secretary -       Vacant

​Board Treasurer -       Jessica LaFore

​Members at Large -   Becky Brougham

                                     Bob Mullenex

                                     Sandra Haynes

                                     Shannon Porter 

                                   

Annual Report

Strategic Plan
 

History:
Community Enterprises of St. Clair County was formed in October of 2011 by The Arc of St. Clair County as a new private, non-profit organization to assume responsibility for and operation of programs that serve adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  These programs are designed to help individuals in their quest to live, work, and be included with others in all aspects and places of community life.

Title VI Notice to the Public: 

Community Enterprises of St. Clair County is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of its transit services on the basis of race, color or national origin, as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Circular 4701.1B. For additional information on Title VI or to file a complaint or if information is needed in another language, then contact Mychal Fearncombe 1033 26th Street  Port Huron, MI 48060  (810) 982-3261 or at mfearncombe@cescc.org

Employment Opportunities:

Although we may not be hiring at the moment, we are always accepting employment applications. Please feel free to fill out the application below and we will be in contact with you as positions at Community Enterprises are available.

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CESCC Leadership Team, 2019