Family. There are many different definitions for that word but our ACT-SO Columbia Group falls under every one of them! These Past 9 months each person involved with our program has worked their butts off to make ACT-SO Columbia the very best it could possibly be and see each one of us succeed! Although we didn’t take home any medals we’re taking a spirit and motivation that will fuel us into the next ACT-SO Competition season! The War is yet won so stay tuned for upcoming updates about how you or your child can join the ACT-SO Family!✌🏾💛
Develop the confidence, awareness, and skills needed to protect yourself and those you love. This FREE MasterClass is presented by the NAACP ACT-SO Columbia Mentoring Program & the Richland County Sheriff’s Department.
Any student age 16 or older can attend. Reserve your spot today while space is still available.
Teens – Unleash your creative side at our ACT-SO Painting MasterClass. Our resident visual arts mentor, Heather Michele Jeter, will guide you and your friends through creating their very own personalized painting.
And best of all, the class is 100% free. Students must pre-register to attend. Only 50 spots available.
MUSIC VOCAL CONTEMPORARY COACHES
Tiffany J and Sunshyne have over 30 years of combined music experience. They will join our resident team of volunteer experts, coaches and professionals as they spend the next 10 weeks mentoring high school students preparing to compete in the NAACP ACT-SO Columbia Competition.
Teens – Have you ever had an incredible idea that you thought may make a GREAT business? We want to show you what it takes to turn your idea into a successful / profitable business.
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- Professional workshops & MasterClasses
- Field Trips
- Snacks provided for each class
- Student materials needed for projects
- Expenses needed to take participating students to the national
competition (such as travel, food and lodging)
- Affirm the value of young men and women of color
- Help develop and define short and long term goals for success
- Encourage social awareness and community service