Building Bridges Network for NCCJ/CCEJ Youth Program Alumni from Southern California

Are you a former camper, volunteer, or participant from any of the below programs?

NCCJ/CCEJ Building Bridges Camp

NCCJ Brotherhood Sisterhood Camp or Brotherhood Camp

NCCJ Anytown Camp (Southern California)

CCEJ’s Conscious Classrooms, Youth Council, Building Bridges Clubs or REAL Resiliency Programs

Join CCEJ’s Building Bridges Network!  As a BBN member, you will:

  • build life-long relationships with past program participants;
  • be part of a community of committed advocates for justice;
  • get access to personal and professional development opportunities;
  • help sustain the program by recruiting new youth and volunteers.

Click here to sign up to the Building Bridges Network.

For more information on BBN please call 562-435-8184 or email alumni@cacej.org

Purchase Tickets Now!

Fill out the form below to purchase your tickets for the 25th Annual Interfaith Intercultural Breakfast!

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Building Bridges Clubs Alliance

Please fill out the form below to register your school’s club as part of the Building Bridges Clubs Alliance.

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Purchase Tickets Now!

Fill out the form below to purchase your tickets for the Humanitarian Awards Dinner!

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Purchase Tickets Now!

Fill out the form below to purchase your tickets for the 42nd Annual Food and Beverages Humanitarian Awards Dinner!

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Purchase Tribute Journal Ad Now!

Fill out the form below to purchase your Tribute Journal ad for the 53rd Annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner

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Purchase Tribute Journal Ad Now!

Fill out the form below to purchase your Tribute Journal ad for the 42nd Annual Food and Beverage Industries Humanitarian Awards Dinner

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Gene Lentzner Nomination Application

Nomination Application

Please make sure to tell us about your nominee in your 1-2 pages by including the following:

1) Significant contributions to the Greater Los Angeles or Long Beach Community in the area of social justice/human relations
2) How they promote respect and justice among all people regardless of differences in race, religion, ethnicity, ability, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity
3) How they demonstrate commitment to social justice and human relations by way of service (if it’s at work, then above and beyond their paid scope of work)
4) Ways they foster inter-group, inter-faith cooperation
5) How they are connected to the Greater Los Angeles or Long Beach area

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