MNDC is now accepting applications for its after school tutoring program for elementary and middle school students through Project Oasis. This program is free and will meet starting October 7 and run through June 19, 2020 on Monday through Thursday, 2:45 – 6:00 p.m. at the Wally Choice Community
Project Oasis fun begins!
Students interested in becoming prepared for the work world will be attending MNDC’s Career Development Institute. This is a 10-week program where students learn about business education, entrepreneurial skills, financial literacy, résumé writing, dressing for success, business plan writing, and more. The orientation was held on Friday, April 5 at the Wally Choice Community Center in Montclair.
MNDC was awarded a Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $19,600 by the Essex County Division of Housing and Community Development.
MNDC is known for its efforts with local youth, but it also runs a successful community program for senior citizens. Known as the Do Drop In, the program meets Monday, Thursday and Friday of each week from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Park House and provides a place
Students in the MNDC Career Development Institute (CDI) and Culinary Arts Institute were recognized on Friday, June 29 from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Wally Choice Community Center, 49 Maple Ave. in Montclair.
Fifteen youth, ages 14 – 18, completed CDI’s ten-week course to become better prepared for the
Diane Anglin admits that she bleeds blue and white. She’s a Montclair girl, with roots here that go back to her grandmother. They fuel her passion for giving back to her community.
For the past eight years, Ms. Anglin has served as an instructor for the Career Development Institute (formerly
Executive Director Al Pelham and board member Peter Keating were featured panelists Thursday, May 24, 2018 on NJTV’S In Your Neighborhood: Montclair Community Forum: Infrastructure and Quality of Life. The panel consisted of Mayor Robert Jackson, Montclair Township; Dr. Renee Baskerville, 4th Ward Councilwoman, Montclair Township; Peter Keating, Chair, United Way of Northern New Jersey