Click on link below for further details into NJFC’S Scholars of Peace Program, which is an Action Research Project through Community Service Learning for Social Change.  Our Summer Institute Orientation is scheduled for June 1-2, 2015 and the  8 weeks program will begin Thursday, June 4, 2015. NJFC Recruitment App-1 NJFC Recruitment App-2

Domestic Violence Awareness Month (Rally/March)!!!

Nollie Jenkins Family Center is hosting its FIRST Domestic Violence Rally and March in Holmes County on, THURSDAY, APRIL 30,2015  from 3:30-7:30pm at the Multi-Purpose Complex Building.  We consider the City of Lexington, Holmes County Board of Supervisor, Holmes County Sheriff’s Department, and other elected and public official partners in our efforts to educate citizens […]

disABILITY Awareness Day

Nollie Jenkins Family Center for the first time had a display table at the Disability Awareness Day that was held on Wednesday, February 11, 2015.  Janice Harper, Community Organizer and Rosie Walden-White were in attendance and the event was hosted by the Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD).  This event gives people with disabilities and […]

Yazoo Valley Electric Power Association – Cooperative Youth Leadership Award!

CURTIS HILL, Youth Organizer; along with nine other junior year students spent a day learning about electric cooperatives held at the 3rd Annual Cooperative University on November 3, 2014.  The goal was to choose two students to participate in the 2015 Youth Leadership Program, which was sponsored by 19 electric power associations in Mississippi.  Students […]

SxSWE Shared Histories Webinar Series!

Beginning November 20, 2014 at 6:30pm cst SxSWE (South by Southwest Experiment) – partnerships between SWOP – SouthWest Organizing Project (New Mexico), Southern Echo/MS Delta Catalyst Roundtable (Mississippi), and SWU – Southwest Workers’ Union (Texas) will host a series of webinars.  This is the first in a series of four intergenerational webinars developed by SxSWE. […]