Powerful Anytown programming brought right to your school
NCCJ’s Anytown Anytime programs are a series of in-school programs built on the powerful and proven concepts of Anytown, our flagship human relations youth leadership camp. They give Guilford County students the knowledge and tools they need to combat stereotyping and bullying and build more inclusive, respectful school communities.
Introducing STARR: Students Talking About Race + Racism
STARR (Students Talking About Race and Racism) is NCCJ’s newest youth program, and our first-ever youth program to focus solely on race. Click here to read about the pilot session of STARR that took place in July 2020.
Our core Anytown Anytime programming includes:
Anyday, a 6-hour human relations program for middle and high school students
Break the Cycle: Be the Change,k an assembly-style program focused on breaking the cycle of stereotyping and bullying
Anytown Ambassador program, a series of ongoing trainings for Anytown and STARR graduates throughout the rest of their high school experiences.
Youth Leadership Conference, an annual, day-long conference for 200 high school students led by NCCJ’s Anytown graduates
We offer these programs to middle and high school students throughout the school year, bringing the values and lessons of Anytown (in a nutshell: the importance of diversity and inclusion and respect for all people) to thousands of young people each year.