Camden County Technical Schools
21st Century After-school Program


21st Century After-school Program

We are beginning our 3rd year of the 21st Century After-school Program at CCTS.  This FREE program s open to ALL CCTS students at both the Gloucester Township and Pennsauken Campuses, Monday through Friday.  The after-school program is made possible through a federally funded 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant  and administered by the New Jersey Department of Education.

Our vision is to offer a quality after-school program that provides academic enrichment, career exploration, exposure to the arts, and physical fitness opportunities to all students while addressing the theme of our grant -- Career Awareness and Exploration.

Through this grant, it is our goal to provide quality after-school programming for our students in a safe and healthy environment after the school day ends and during the summer.  The 21st Century after-school programs are aligned with helping students identify lifelong aspirations, making informed choices about college attendance and careers, and identifying career goals. 

Parents are invited to be active participants in the 21st Century After-school and Summer Enrichment Programs by attending open houses, arts festivals, drama productions, serving on our advisory board, and acting as guest speakers.

For additional information about the 21st Century After-school Program or to participate in the program, please contact Mr. Randy Miller, 21st Century After-school Project Director.  You may also see the attached parent letter sent to all students and parents in August 2018.


Monday through Friday
2:45 pm to 5:45 pm


Randy Miller, Project Director

21st Century Community Learning Centers
Camden County Technical Schools
343 Berlin Cross Keys Rd
Sicklerville, NJ  08081
Phone:  856-767-7000, ext. 5275

“This project was funded in its entirety with federal funds under the Every Student Succeeds Act, Title IV, Part B, 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC), through a grant agreement with the New Jersey Department of Education.”