The NCAA Team Works Community Programs and Youth Clinic Department offers youth-centric, educational initiatives that are designed to enhance the neighborhoods of select championship cities. This year, the NCAA is piloting the Community 101 program in Indianapolis, Indiana (Men’s Final Four), Tampa, Florida (Women’s Final Four), Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Women’s College World Series), and Omaha, Nebraska (Men’s College World Series).

 

What is Community 101?

Community 101 is a service learning project for youth in select championship cities that provides a fun and educational platform to positively impact their community. Through this initiative, the NCAA seeks to assist championship communities in addressing local community needs through service learning projects that are relevant, long-term and meaningful to both volunteers and people who are being served. Youth will benefit from applied learning opportunities that are empowering and helps to develop positive team building skills.