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Chaldean Education and Career Center

The Chaldean Education and Career Center (CECC) of Michigan is a group of community educators who have organized to help communicate, encourage, and guide academic and career achievement.  Membership is open to anyone who believes in assisting the community in matters relating to education or career placement.  CECC members include school administrators, teachers & college professors, counselors, social workers, career coaches, career placement professionals, college students, along with others who passionately believe in helping the community through education and employment related matter. Some of the CECC community projects and services are listed on the right. 

If you would like to be a part of CECC simply visit our membership page, complete the online application form, and choose a committee to join.  CLICK HERE to begin!

 

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Chaldeans Celebrate Baoutha This Week
By Rita Abro :: Saturday, January 12, 2008 :: 115546 Views :: Religion & Spirituality, Community & Culture, Chaldean Churches

Baoutha is a three-day celebration that is composed of prayers and fasting. 

This annual observance is limited to the Chaldean Catholic Church and occurs exactly 3 weeks before the start of lent. 

In the 6th century a severe plague inflicted the northern regions of modern day Iraq; the ancient city of Nineveh, modern day Mosul, Iraq. 

The plague was devastating the city of that region, and out of desperation the people ran to their bishop to find a solution. The bishop sought help through the scriptures and came upon the story of Jonah in the Old Testament. 

In this story God sent the prophet Jonah to warn the city of Nineveh of great destruction unless they repent for their sins. The king of that region declared a 3-day fast to ask for God's forgiveness.  God accepted this and spared the city from destruction.

Upon looking at the story the bishop therefore ordered a 3-day fast to ask for God's forgiveness.   At the end of the 3-day fast, the plague had miraculously stopped, therefore, on the 4th day the Chaldean people rejoiced. 

Every year the northern region maintained the 3-day fast in thanks of the miracle that God brought them until the Chaldean church suggested that every Chaldean around the world  participate. 

The word Baoutha is an Aramaic word that means pleading, and from this meaning we receive the title of this commemoration.  In modern days it is a call for penance to plead to God for forgiveness.

CE&CC Programs

 Tutor Directory:  
A directory of qualified and CECC certified community tutors.   
CLICK HERE 
  

School Admissions:  
Assist Chaldeans in submitting applications to private schools or colleges.

Career Counseling:  
Programs to assist Chaldeans in identifying and planning a career path. 

Chaldean Education Policy:  
Programs whereby educators review state education policy issues, debate the impact on Chaldean educators and students, and recommend appropriate actions.  
 

Community Workshops: 
Organize and present community workshops relating to education and career opportunities.  
 

Scholarship Search:  
Assist Chaldean students in finding scholarships.
 

Job Search:  
Assist Chaldeans in finding a job.
 


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