Youth outreach

Junior high and high school students can find many things to do at NNCC. They can join one of our weekly groups, receive help with homework or even come on over for dinner!  Ready for something new? From actual basketball to video game basketball, we've got you covered.


Questions about opportunities for junior and senior high youth? Contact Dylan.

BAM/Being awesome middleschoolers

BAM is an after school program open to 6th, 7th and 8th grade students. Students will have the chance to study/complete homework, get help from a tutor and have access to computers. They can also explore their interests, try new things and build relationships with positive mentors (and other middle schoolers of course.)


BAM meets weekly on Tuesday afternoons from 3pm-5:30pm. Dinner is from 5-5:30 and is open not only to participating students, but their families as well!


Register online for BAM HERE.


Questions about BAM? Contact Dylan.



GLO (Go, LIve, overcome)

GLO is an open group for High School students.  Students share a meal together, play games, and have an opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings in a place where they can be safely heard.  GLO values authenticity, relationship, and stability, providing safe space for teens to gather, have fun and experience being listened to.  


GLO meets weekly on Wednesday nights from 6-8pm and is open to all High School aged students. Dinner Provided.


Register Online for GLO HERE.


Questions about GLO? contact Dylan.




Tutoring

Need help with math? Have no clue what your science teacher is talking about? Come to tutoring! Bring your homework and be ready to get some help.


High School tutoring will be available Wednesdays @ 4:30p-5:30p in the Fellowship Hall.


Questions about tutoring? Contact Dylan.

VTAP (Vocational Training)

NNCC is honored to be a site for the Unit 5 Vocational Training Program (VTAP).  


VTAP is an evaluation, training, and employment program that prepares students with disabilities for transition to employment and optimum community participation during and after high school. Obtaining part time employment during high school promotes responsibility, punctuality, and reliability. Working during high school also develops valuable work skills, and builds character and self-confidence.


Thank you VTAP friends for all the hard work you do to keep NNCC sparkling clean!