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Megan Sappenfield
Program Director
E-mail Megan
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After ANYTOWN Ambassadors

After ANYTOWN™ Ambassadors are youth leaders who serve as advocates and representatives for change. Ambassadors model NCCJ's mission to fight bias, biogtry and racism.

Ambassadors are involved with NCCJ year round and participate in leadership training. They serve as facilitators for NCCJ events such as the Youth Leadership Conference, ANYTOWN, and ANYDAYs. They also play a key role in supporting our Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner.

To become an Ambassador, you must:

  • Have attended ANYTOWN
  • Currently attend high school


Logging Service-Learning Hours:

All ANYTOWN graduates earn 40 service-learning hours from their time on the mountain. As an ANYTOWN Ambassador, you can also log the time you spend volunteering with NCCJ (attending meetings and trainings, facilitating programs, and other activities) for service-learning credit.

  • Click here for instructions on how to log your NCCJ service-learning hours through x2vol.
  • Click here to download the signature page already signed by NCCJ for 2017.


2017-18 Ambassador Meeting Schedule:

Below are this semester's Ambassador training dates. A reminder will be emailed out one week before each scheduled meeting. Unless otherwise noted, all trainings will be held at the NCCJ Office (713 N. Greene St in Greensboro).

Ambassadors must RSVP for every meeting. This is to help us prepare materials and ensure that we have enough space for everyone. If we are serving a meal or snacks, it also helps us make sure that we have enough food for everyone in attendance.


Fall 2017 Ambassador Training Dates:

  • TBA


ANYTOWN Nation Rap (Rocking the 2013 Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner)

Adora Nsonwu's Speech from the 2013 Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner