After-School & College Preparatory Programs

After School Programs: academic assistance, tutoring, financial literacy education, Bible study, and organized play for ages 5-18

Summer Camps: day and overnight experiences include phonics and reading, mentoring, spiritual development, and traditional camp activities for ages 5-12

College & Career Programs: College Assistance Programs & Services (CAPS), career counseling, mentorship, academic and leadership skills development

College Visits & Tours:  introduction to college campus life, multimedia production through the Youth Multi-Media (YM3) camp, dramatic arts and performance skills for ages 13-25

C.A.P.S. College Assistance and Program Services. CAPS is a program for young adults graduating from high school to the age of 24. CAPS participants receive a mentor, a college box (that contains school supplies, snacks, and hygiene products), refurbished computers (as donated), cars (as donated), and some financial assistance (as donations permit).

Club Rec Is a recreational ministry for youth and adults. Children participate in various organized after school recreational activities. The activities range from basketball, dance, board games, to team building activities. Adult men are offered an opportunity to play basketball on Monday and Thursday nights for a small fee.

Education The Learning Centers located at each NCC site assist children with their homework and provide the children with online tutoring, worksheets, and books to read. We have six Learning Center locations (Greenbriar, Chickasaw Place, Robinhood, North Center, and Orange Mound)

Tutoring We have four one-on-one tutoring locations (Second Pres., Evergreen Pres., Emanuel, North Center). Children are paired with volunteers from the community that assist them with homework and troubled learning areas. Volunteers are needed to remove children from the waiting list.

T.R.U.T.H. (Teens Receiving Understanding Through Him) Seekers Is a Bible study structured for young people. The lessons are interactive and high energy. Children ages 5-11 attend Junior Truthseekers. Children ages 12-17 attend Senior Truthseekers. Children who continue to attend Truthseekers while in the 10th -12th grade may become eligible for the Truthseeker college scholarship.

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