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New Jerusalem
Community Development Corporation
777 NW 85 Street
Miami, Florida 33150
Tel: 305-693-8323
Fax: 305-696-1169
All Things Are Possible
Our All Things Are Possible program has 2 components. In 2010, our after school component provided a safe environment for 236 children in kindergarten through 6 grade. The aftercare activities include: homework assistance , fitness, literacy activities, a nutritious snack, and social skills building through our Micro Society curriculum. Micro Society uses teamwork exercises , service learning and other activities to help students become responsible, caring, and productive citizens in a community of their own

During Spring Break the children eagerly go on field trips that are both educational and fun. Our summer programis full day program which includes academic enhancement. Teachers prepare our students for their upcoming school year in areas of reading, language arts ,math and science. This program is funded by Childrens Trust, participation fees and donations. It is great to prepare tomorrows leaders today
Amari & Amina
Our Amari and Amina programs target middle and high school age youth. We are excited about the opportunity to prepare and empower our youth to make the transition from childhood to responsible adulthood. The program which operates year round focuses on academic achievement , fostering positive developement, promoting civic and community work, encouraging non-violent conflict resolution, and inspiring, understanding and appreciation of culture and heritage. Our youth visited North Miami Nursing Home and performed a Black History program for the elderly residents

It has been said that " Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something" It is in that vein our youth did in fact do something. Amari and Amina youth reached out to the community with a back to school drive. They visited WMBM and made their own commercial, Miami Dade Court house and Corrections to name a few. They also visited local colleges such as Florida Memorial, Miami Dade College and University of Miami. This program is funded by Miami Dade County