NCB donates to CCYC


NCB recently donated $1,500 to Clinton County Youth Council, a 50I(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to “help youth make healthy choices” by providing free after-school academic support, educational programming, and positive youth outreach events. The donation will be used for the signature after-school program of the CCYC, the Academic Support Program (ASP). CCYC will monitor and increase after-school study hours, course grades, in-school attendance, and positive in-school behavior through one-on-one academic mentors, non-monetary incentives and direct outreach with parents and educators. Shown are NCB’s Josh Martin and CCYC’s Executive Director Eric Guindon with students in the program.


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NCB recently donated $1,500 to Clinton County Youth Council, a 50I(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to “help youth make healthy choices” by providing free after-school academic support, educational programming, and positive youth outreach events. The donation will be used for the signature after-school program of the CCYC, the Academic Support Program (ASP). CCYC will monitor and increase after-school study hours, course grades, in-school attendance, and positive in-school behavior through one-on-one academic mentors, non-monetary incentives and direct outreach with parents and educators. Shown are NCB’s Josh Martin and CCYC’s Executive Director Eric Guindon with students in the program.

NCB recently donated $1,500 to Clinton County Youth Council, a 50I(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to “help youth make healthy choices” by providing free after-school academic support, educational programming, and positive youth outreach events. The donation will be used for the signature after-school program of the CCYC, the Academic Support Program (ASP). CCYC will monitor and increase after-school study hours, course grades, in-school attendance, and positive in-school behavior through one-on-one academic mentors, non-monetary incentives and direct outreach with parents and educators. Shown are NCB’s Josh Martin and CCYC’s Executive Director Eric Guindon with students in the program.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/04/web1_CCYC.jpgNCB recently donated $1,500 to Clinton County Youth Council, a 50I(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to “help youth make healthy choices” by providing free after-school academic support, educational programming, and positive youth outreach events. The donation will be used for the signature after-school program of the CCYC, the Academic Support Program (ASP). CCYC will monitor and increase after-school study hours, course grades, in-school attendance, and positive in-school behavior through one-on-one academic mentors, non-monetary incentives and direct outreach with parents and educators. Shown are NCB’s Josh Martin and CCYC’s Executive Director Eric Guindon with students in the program. Courtesy photo