The Northwestern Community Youth Center is a safe place for teens in the Northwestern School District that promotes a positive lifestyle.  NCYC functions as a nonprofit drop-in center, but there are also groups who meet weekly.  NCYC is also home to the Reading Buddies Program and the Coach Lisek Summer Park Program.
How to Get Involved! The youth center is always looking for people who want to volunteer their time to make a difference in our communty’s youth. NCYC is a nonprofit organization and relies on donors to operate.  We also accept donations of gently used activities, whether it be age appropriate video games, sports balls, age appropriate books or table games.

Looking Forward

Our Vision and Goal for the youth center is to make a positive impact on today’s youth that will encourage positive decisions for tomorrow.
About NCYC The Youth Center is a free drop-in center open after  school.  We welcome Northwestern District students from 6th grade to 12th.  Various activities are provided  including a pool table, table games, air hockey, foosball, crafts, video games, computer lab and a gym area.
Contact Us for more information on how to get involved.
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We are located in downtown Albion 1 mile from the High School.

Hours of Operation:

School Days Monday - Friday: 2:30-5:30 Activity Bus Pick Up at 5:25
30 East State St • P.O. Box 73 Albion, PA 16401 (814) 756-5087
Our Mission Our mission is to promote and provide programs and activities that encourage a positive lifestyle for the youth in the Northwestern Erie County Area and provide opportunities to interact with affirmative role models and mentors in a safe and well supervised environment. Community Working Together The Northwestern Community Youth Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit cooperative venture between the Northwestern School District, Northwestern Ministerium, the Albion Area Chamber of Commerce and the community at large.
NCYC Board: Rev. Mel Bendig Paul Sachar Pastor Bob Klingler Dick Sembower Bob Pettis Sandy Greenlee Vicki Zurn Gayle Gollmer Mark Swanson
NCYC Director Robert Swedenhjelm director@ncycenter.org NCYC Support Staff Debbie Messenger
The Northwestern Community Youth Center is a safe place for teens in the Northwestern School District that promotes a positive lifestyle.  NCYC functions as a  nonprofit drop-in center, but there are also groups who meet weekly.  NCYC is also home to the Reading Buddies Program and the Coach Lisek Summer Park Program.
How to Get Involved! The youth center is always looking for people who want to volunteer their time to make a difference in our communty’s youth. NCYC is a nonprofit organization and relies on donors to operate.  We also accept donations of gently used activities, whether it be age appropriate video games, sports balls, age appropriate books or table games.

Looking Forward

Our Vision and Goal for the youth center is to make a positive impact on today’s youth that will encourage positive decisions for tomorrow.

About NCYC

The Youth Center is a free drop-in center open after school.  We welcome Northwestern District students from 6th grade to 12th.  Various activities are provided including a pool table, table games, air hockey, foosball, crafts, video games, computer lab and a gym area.
Contact Us for more information on how to get involved.

Hours of Operation:

School Days Monday - Friday: 2:30-5:30 Activity Bus Pick Up at 5:25
30 East State St • P.O. Box 73 Albion, PA 16401 (814) 756-5087
NCYC Board: Rev. Mel Bendig Paul Sachar Pastor Bob Klingler Dick Sembower Bob Pettis Sandy Greenlee Vicki Zurn Gayle Gollmer Mark Swanson
NCYC Director Robert Swedenhjelm director@ncycenter.org NCYC Support Staff Debbie Messenger
Our Mission Our mission is to promote and provide programs and activities that encourage a positive lifestyle for the youth in the Northwestern Erie County Area and provide opportunities to interact with affirmative role models and mentors in a safe and well supervised environment. Community Working Together The Northwestern Community Youth Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit cooperative venture between the Northwestern School District, Northwestern Ministerium, the Albion Area Chamber of Commerce and the community at large.
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