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Job Opportunities

Center for Family & Child Enrichment has job openings The following positions are open at the Agency:   Dependency Case Management Court Liaison Human Resources Specialist Development Officer Family Practitioners Technical Support Specialist Targeted Case Manager (Per Diem) Supervised Visitation Specialist Clinical Therapist (Per Diem) Nurse Home Visitor Please refer to

Back to School Ready

Saturday, August 8th NDYFC teamed up with the Miami Gardens Bull Dogs youth football league at North Dade Optimist Park for a day full of fun, entertainment, food and back to school readiness. Our sponsors Magellan Complete Care, Amerigroup, Fatherhood Task Force of South Florida, and Councilman Rodney Harris helped

Miami Gardens Leaders Made Ultimate Commitment

THANK YOU Miami Gardens Leaders For Making The Ultimate Commitment THANKS to the following individuals NDYFC’s 1st Annual Lock-Up raised more than $13,000 to serve children and families in the Miami Gardens Community!  WE DID IT TOGETHER!                   Cameron Benson, City Manager, City of

Celebrating Our Heritage

Every February we cram 200,000 years of history into 28 days; always leaving off 199,400 years of African descendant contributions. These contributions are rarely shared with our children as many of them believe their heritage started during the Diaspora of the 1700s. A story which never shows them in their