What is NJ LEEP?
NJ LEEP is a community-based organization that empowers urban youth in grades eight to twelve from underserved neighborhoods in northern New Jersey to perform at high academic levels by building skills through law-related, mathematic, and other educational programs, developing the habits necessary for lasting success and community leadership, and offering exposure to role models who have achieved academic and professional success.
As a single parent (mother), I speak passionately and sincerely when I say that NJ LEEP has helped my son find direction and meaning. It has truly been a rudder. I think this program saved his teenage life. I promise to do my utmost to support his endeavors, and I have tremendous respect, admiration and appreciation for all the NJ LEEP team has done for me and Taylor. Thanks!
Application for the 2013 Summer Law Institute at Seton Hall Law School for current 8th grade students: SLI 2013 Application
NJ LEEP Celebrates the LEEP to College
Radio Interview: Overview of NJ LEEP Programming by Craig Livermore, Executive Director and Dana Arscott, Senior NJ LEEP Student