NCCJ’s 2016 Summer Youth Programs
Now Accepting Applications!
If you are looking for a unique and rewarding summer camp, NCCJ offers two exceptional opportunities. Young people can develop new skills while making friends and having fun.
Anytown is a one week summer residential program designed to teach high school students how to recognize and overcome discrimination, bias and stereotypes. The week is challenging but rewarding, as these young people learn skills and make friends that will last a lifetime.
Anytown runs from Sunday, June 19th to Friday, June 24. Click here for more details and registration information.
This one-week day camp connects young people age 10 to 12 with local police officers in a fun and educational environment. The campers learn about safety and police work while enjoying games and activities. It’s held at the Huber Heights FOP Lodge, complete with fishing pond and plenty of space for outdoors fun. And it’s completely FREE! It runs from Monday, July 25 to Friday, July 29. Get details and registration info here.
We offer Diversity Education for businesses,organizations and individuals. We can come to your location and provide the tailored education you need. Find out how NCCJ can help you confidently navigate today’s changing world.
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NCCJ’s 39th Friendship Dinner is Monday, Oct. 24th at the Ponitz Center,
Sinclair Community College.
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Thanks to all the volunteers, sponsors, attendees and award recipients for making this a special evening!