The YES Program is a non-traditional academic learning program for 2nd thru 5th graders. Cultural enrichment activities, STEM activities, nutritional snacks, community engagement, parental involvement and volunteer opportunities are among the many services provided to participants and their families. This is a summer and afterschool program.
Volunteers are welcome.
Parent University meeting is held
bi-monthly on the last Tuesday of the month.
Parent and Community meeting is held the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
For additional information contact
Family Coordinator, Maurice Jordan
The YAP Program is a project established to assist at risk participants ages 16 – 24 in the West Greenville and Pitt County Area. These youth are at risk of unemployment, high school drop-out and legal issues. The program provides career development, job readiness training and criminal record expungement opportunities.
IGCC Fit’s mission is to reduce health disparities and promote health and wellness in the community by focusing on four components:
1. Physical Activities
3. Education and
4. Community Support & Engagement
Free Health Screenings
The Nurturing Garden was designed to show residents of the west Greenville community and the city of Greenville as a whole that gardening and healthy eating did not require a large amount of space or money. The IGCC Nurturing Garden is the first recognized demonstrating garden for the community of West Greenville and the city of Greenville. This garden has and is providing S.T.E.M. education to the students of the IGCC YES Program, as well as healthy living education to the community.
The IGCC Coupon club is made up of Greenville residents and ECU staff members who meet once a month to learn how to save money at the grocery and drug stores in the area. The group sometimes does field trips to the grocery store to learn the art of saving. The group is open to all. They meet monthly, usually the 2nd Tuesday, at IGCC, 5:30 pm.
The community book club of IGCC is made up of citizens from all walks of life in Greenville. All are welcome. The group meets once per month, have refreshments and discuss the chosen book.
Seniors in the West Greenville Community and surrounding areas come together twice weekly to use their creative skills for quilting and good ole fashion socializing.
This club is open to both male and female participants ranging from age 62 and up. Special guest have included individuals as young as 16 years of age. Even though this is a senior club, there is always room for “creativity” of any age.
Fabric donations from community residents and various organizations is what supplies this group. Their work has been displayed throughout the City of Greenville and has even been available for purchase. Monetary donations are used to purchase additional and needed supplies.