ASP of New Jersey

A MESSAGE FROM OUR ALL STARS PROJECT OF NJ CITY LEADER AND DIRECTOR, GLORIA STRICKLAND & CHRIS STREET

Welcome!  We are happy to announce that the All Stars Project of New Jersey has been on the ground in Newark for fourteen years now, providing over 1,000 young people in NJ with free, high quality afterschool development experiences each year.  We continue to sponsor the All Stars Talent Show Network and the Development School for Youth, using performance to help young people and adults in poor communities around Newark to develop and create success in their lives.

 

 

 

 

Curtain Up!

We are proud to say that in March, 2013, we officially opened the Scott Flamm Center for Afterschool Development at 33 Washington Street.  This 9,000 square foot, state-of-the-art Center is an important resource for Newark's young people, 42% of whom are living in poverty. 

The Center is the stage for the breakthroughs the All Stars is making in creating "A New Play for Newark."  We are now bringing together diverse people - young people, families, adults, volunteers, artists, educators and business people - who are working and playing together to create new hope and success for this city.

This is a community effort!  Join us and be a co-creator of a New Play for Newark!

Click here for directions to the Center.

Operation Conversation: Cops & Kids

UX, the newest initiative of the All Stars Project, is a school of continuing development. It's free, open to people of all ages and educational backgrounds, has no grades and uses New York City as its campus. UX holds lectures, classes and workshops, and takes field trips to cultural, political, business, and educational institutions. Join us! MORE INFORMATION.

CLICK HERE FOR UX WEEKLY COURSE SCHEDULE.

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