NCCCO is a rural State Incorporated 501(c)(3) Community Organization established to provide services to a wide range of its citizenry. There is a disproportional high number of poorer youth (mostly African Americans) and elderly in the catchment’s area. Many programs have been initiated and are in various phases of piloting.
Dr. Kober started his career as an elementary school teacher. His first assignment was in an all-African American disadvantaged community. He spent ten years there, and was elected a Vice President of the Baltimore Teachers Union. The US Department of Education named him one of the outstanding teacher leaders in the United States. Later he served as editorof the Baltimore Teachers Union newspaper.
In 1998, the National Education Association sent him toOakland California where he was a member of a team to do a study of an urban school district that was taken over by the State.
On the personal side, he is a widowed father of two sons and a daughter.
Collaboration: Northumberland County NAACP, Northumberland County Board of Supervisors, Three Rivers Healthy Families, Northumberland County School Board, Northumberland Echo newspaper, Rappahannock Record newspaper, First Baptist Church, Shiloh Baptist Church, Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Galilee United Methodist Church, St. Francis Roman Catholic, Macedonia Baptist Church, Shiloh Community Ministries, Bay Area on Aging, Second Chance Ministries, Ty's Friends Group, HOPE Group, The Link, Rappahannock Community College Summer Youth Program, Northumberland County Sheriff Department, Community Crusaders Group, Union Riders Motorcycle Club, Boys 2 Men Motorcycle Club and Dynamic Ladyz Motorcycle Club.
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If an organization has gross receipts that are normally $50,000 or less, it can choose to file Form 990-N.
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