NCC provides extensive programs and services to Yonkers and the Lower Hudson Valley region in New York, South New Jersey and abroad. We address many social ills and work tirelessly to empower our children and families to live their best lives in a safe and healthy manner.
Yonkers My Brother's Keeper (MBK)
The Yonkers Basics campaign aims to shrink the “achievement gap” starting with the very young. Yonkers Basics is inspired by the fact that 80% of brain development happens in the first three years of life.
President Obama’s initiative that focuses on six milestones: getting a healthy start and entering school ready to learn ; reading at grade level by the third grade; ensuring all the youth graduate from high school; ensuring all youth complete post-secondary education or training; ensuring all youth out of school are employed; ensuring all youth remain safe from violent crime.
GATEWAY TO A HEALTHY YONKERS
This new initiative seeks to build on the successes of the past and allows NCC to be more intentional and strategic in creating policies, systems and environmental changes that will produce a greater and more sustainable impact on the health and nutrition habits of our community. For more information, please contact:
- Carol Blakney, School Coordinator
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- Gladys Alvarez, Community Coodinator
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The Healthy Marriage And Relationship Education Program (HMREP) program will develop and support economic self-sufficiency, healthy marriages, relationships and parenting skills for up to 500 young adults and at-risk youths ages 16-24; individuals; couples; caregivers and parents across six cities in the lower Hudson Valley region of New York. Click here for more information.
- Edward Lawson, Jr. JD, MBA, Program Director
- email@example.com, 914.965.0203
GATEWAY TO THE FUTURE ACADEMIES
This 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School Program operates at Roosevelt High School, Riverside High School, Palisade Prep High School and Gorton High School; Mondays through Fridays from 2:30pm to 5:30pm. Students participate in homework help, project based learning, recreation, and activities with a strong focused on STEM.
Melanie Spencer, Project Coordinator – Riverside High School
Veronica Thompson, Project Coordinator – Gorton High School
Kimberly Dorsey, Project Coordinator – Palisades Prep High School
Wilda Luciano, Project Coordinator – Roosevelt/Early College High School
Gateway at Lincoln High School
The Advantage After-School Program operates at the Lincoln High School Mondays through Fridays from 2:30pm to 5:30pm. Students participate in homework help, project based learning, recreation, and activities with a strong focused on STEM.
Akilah Groder, Project Coordinator – Lincoln High School
GATEWAY BULLY PREVENTION PROGRAM
NCC’s Bully Prevention Program was launched in January 2015 and teaches youth, ages 8-15 about the dangers of bullying and the long-lasting negative impact it leaves upon victims. The program operates Monday through Friday from 2:30pm to 5:30pm. For more information, please contact:
Rudy Coombs, Program Coodinator
COMPREHENSIVE ADOLESCENCE PREGNANCY PREVENTION PROGRAM (CAPP)
CAPP was launched in 2010 and serves children ages 9 – 15 years old. This program focuses on risky behaviors that challenge this age group and provides alternatives. The program operates Monday through Friday from 2:30pm to 5:30pm. For more information, please contact:
Shanika Williams, Program Coordinator
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This program operates Monday through Saturday. The program serves youths of all ages, and a Weekend Learning Center Saturdays 9am to 4pm (Educational/tutorial assistance, cultural awareness activities and social interactive skills). The After-School component operates Monday through Friday from 2:30pm to 6:00pm, and provides homework assistance, remedial instruction, and social interactive skill development. The Summer Camp operatives Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 5:30pm July & August.
Kevin Cooper, Athletic Director
GATEWAY SUMMER CAMP ACHIEVERS
NCC’s Summer Camp is housed at Nepperhan Center Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm during July and August. Campers work with teachers on academic enrichment activities, reading/literacy, STEM activities, health/nutrition activities, arts and crafts, and daily field trips. For more information, please contact:
Peacola Umana, Camp Director
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GLADIATORS YOUTH TACKLE FOOTBALL
Our Youth Tackle Football Program serves children 5- 15 years of age. The program operates year rond and competes in the American Football League. For more information, please contact:
Ralph McKinney. Head Football Coach
NCC GATEWAY COMMUNITY CHORUS
The Gateway Community Chorus was started in the Summer of 2015 as part of Dr. Bostic’s overall vision to have a community showcase choir for the agency. The community chorus members range in age from 9 to 17 years old. Rehearsals are every Monday and Wednesday, from 3:00pm to 6:00pm at NCC. For more information, please contact:
Joseph P. Wilson, Director
SENIOR GROUP #15
Every Tuesday and Thursday between 10:00am and 4:00pm, our seniors come together where they receive lunch, participate in arts and crafts, have health and nutrition workshops, aerobics, fitness exercises, play cards, and periodically take trips. For more information, please contact:
Pat Manson, President
RUSHIN DO KARATE SCHOOL
This program teaches the art of self-defense to children ages 4-12, with an intentional focus on self-discipline. Classes are held every Tuesday evening at 7:00pm and every Saturday morning at 10:00am. Each class lasts one hour. For more information, please contact:
Sensei Sean Seawright, Instructor
NEPPA GALLERY SUMMER BASKETBALL PROGRAM
Days of operation: Tuesdays and Thursdays during the summer months; and Mondays and Wednesdays from December through March. Participants are 17-26 years old. This program provides a tough recreational basketball league as the hook, for intensive, job readiness training, career counseling, educational assistance, and job searching technique workshops.
Robert Richardson, Director
Nepperhan’s Gateway Afterschool Academy was launched in the summer of 2014 for 275 students at the Carl Ericson Roman School in Ekumfi Edumaafa. The Academy has expanded to three different locations in Ghana serving approximately 1,000 children and families. For more information, contact:
King Nana Kobina Amua Sekyii II ,
NEPPERHAN CÔTE D'IVOIRE
Nepperhan’s Gateway Afterschool Academy was launched in the summer of 2014 at the Nepperhan Millennium School of Excellence and serves 260 students in Côte d’Ivoire. The Academy has expanded to two additional locations on the Ivory Coast serving approximately 1,000 children and families. For more information, contact: King Nana Kobina Amua Sekyii II , firstname.lastname@example.org
Nepperhan’s extensive experience in the sport of basketball has contributed to the development of Haiti’s first national basketball team, which is vying to qualify for the Olympics by 2020. Nepperhan has provided financial assistance to hundreds of orphaned children through the Global Youth Initiative. For more information, please contact: Jason Valbrun,
NEPPERHAN BURKINA FASO
Nepperhan Center has embarked upon in partnership with Pastor Karim Zongo
Building two facilities in Burkina Faso, one a Women’s Empowerment Center, and
The other a Youth Center.
Pastor Karim Zongo,
In Partnership with the Dar es Salaam Pentecostal Church, Nepperhan will be expanding its Gateway Afterschool Academies to Dar es Salaam for approximately four hundred children And families.
Pastor Abel & Getrude Majaliwa