The majority of NECIC staff are working remotely.  All staff remain available during regular business hours Monday through Friday 8 AM to 4:30 PM via phone and email.  The office is open by scheduled appointments only (no walk ins). We are encouraging all meetings via phone or video conference at this time.  Please click HERE for the full staff directory.

  • Small Business Grant Opportunity for Black Owned Businesses

    One Black Woman-owned business will have the chance to receive $500 towards their dream. Click the link for more details.

    Click here to view our AALI page and grant opportunities
  • Richland County Procurement Week

    A great event to help local business learn how to become vendors for government offices.

    Click here for details
  • GOOD BYE TEMP2HIGHER...HELLO NECIC STAFFING

    Temp2Higher will be renamed NECIC Staffing in the upcoming weeks. Stay tuned to our Facebook page and website for all updates!

  • Mansfield Richland County Public Library 30th Annual Black History Celebration

    SAVE THE DATE! The 30th Annual Black History Celebration will be Sat. Feb. 6.

    Click here for more details
  • Great Resources for Trade Careers

    Trade skills can lead to some of the highest paying careers. Check out the link below to learn more!

    Click here to view resource link
  • Meet MBAC Client, Adrian O'Dell with ARO Aerial

    Check out our recent blog about one of our MBAC Clients and his current business in the Mansfield area!

    Click here to read more!
  • Stories from the North End

    Check out our current blog highlighting one of Mansfield's own. Read more about his years of service and kindness that will leave a mark on our community for years to come.

    Click here to read more!
  • Great Volunteer Opportunities!

    What are you passionate about? We have various volunteering opportunities available for you to sign up today.

    Sign Up Today
  • Richland County African American Report

    NECIC's Tony Chinni and Edward Akinyemi have written a report that is getting recognition throughout our community to highlight barriers in this county. (photo by www.mansfieldnewsjournal.com)

    CLICK HERE TO VIEW REPORT
  • Our office will be taking precaution.

    We are making sure that our staff, our office, and community members are safe in light of COVID-19 situation.

    Click here for more details
  • What We Have Learned From COVID-19

    Our community has learned a lot from this current pandemic. Check out our blog to know the 3 entrepreneurship lessons COVID-19 has taught us.

    Click her to read more
  • Check out our blog!

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  • Do I live in the North End?

    Check the Street List to find out!

Welcome to North End Community Improvement Collaborative!

Richland County African American Report

View the African American Report written by Tony Chinni and Edward Akinyemi

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE RICHLAND COUNTY AFRICAN AMERICAN REPORT

 Lets stay connected! If you are a Black owned business, click the link below to fill out the survey to keep your business connected to our community.

Black Owned Business Survey

 

 

 

The North End Community Improvement Collaborative, Inc. (NECIC) was founded in 2006 by a group of concerned residents as a way to improve the North End by focusing on the community's assets, bringing them together through transformative convening and transformative organizing, to make the community a better place.

Asset Based Community Development remains the goal of NECIC, and you, the North End resident, are the most important asset of all. Click here to learn more about NECIC and how you can lead the way in improving your community.

The North End

Census Tracts 6, 7, and 16 make up Mansfield's North End, the focus area of NECIC. Boasting a rich history and talented people, the North End's assets  are the key to redevelopment.

The Plan

The North End Community Economic Development Plan is a resident-driven guide for all future redevelopment and planning on the North End. Addressing those things that most concerned you, the plan focuses on land use, housing, economic development, education, public infrastructure/transit, and community spaces.

The Vision

The North End Community Improvement Collaborative's vision is to assist the North End in becoming the leading engine of economic vitality, arts, and positive youth development and civic engagement within the city of Mansfield.

 

 

Our Mission Statement

The mission of The North End Collaborative, Inc. is to improve the quality of life and economic landscape of the North End Community


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