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The state provides a list of day, sleep-away and specialty camps that are sports, music, art and science-themed.
Parents can find summer programs for children, including day and sleep away camps, summer jobs, volunteer opportunities and town programs.
Parents can find a list of summer programs throughout the state that serve youngsters with special needs.
For kids who want a more focused summer, the state has lists of camps that specialize in arts and music, academics, the environment, history, technology and sports.
Parents in the mood for seasonal indoor or outdoor activities can find links to museums, places to swim and other destinations.
Teens and young adults can search for summer jobs with companies, towns and agencies.
Find forms on applying for benefits, health insurance, re-employment, and other services from the Teacher's Retirement Board.
The Division of Licensing oversees licensing programs for child care centers, group child care homes, family child care homes, and youth camps.
The Connecticut Teachers’ Retirement Board provides for an annual cost of living adjustment (COLA) once a member has been retired for at least a minimum of nine months.