The CEJJES Institute programs include, but are not limited to:
The Charles White Gallery – featuring the artwork and archives of artist Charles W. White. Includes interpretive exhibits that highlight the life and work of the artist.
The Rockland African Diaspora Heritage Center – fosters an understanding of the peoples of the African Diaspora through historical exhibitions, tours and special historical events.
The Comprehensive Education and Family Resource Center - supports enrichment opportunities for elementary, middle and high school students. Parent engagement activities through workshops on a variety of timely topics are available.
Annual Education Summit – helps parents find supplemental education enrichment activities and services. Families learn how to help their children advance academically and learn how to prepare for higher education.
Annual Education Fest – invites parents to meet providers of supplemental education services, gather information and involve their children in fun learning activities.
The Susan G. Gordon Seminars on Health and Education – monthly community conversations that explore a variety of topics. Special invited guests lead the conversation along with Dr. Edmund W. Gordon.
Annual Graduates Awards Ceremony - celebrates high achieving students of color. It is especially important for the community to acknowledge our high achieving students to reiterate the importance of higher education and to act as a support group for these students as they embark upon a new phase in their lives. *By Invitation Only
The W.E. B. Dubois Literary Collective - is open to adults interested in exploring the literary work of writers from the African Diaspora.