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International Center for Community Development (ICCD)

Listing Last Update: January 27, 2021


405 Kerr Street Northwest
(PO BOX 1265)

Primary Contact

Dr. Theresa Isibor

(704) 991-6055

Educational services

  • To read and write better
  • To help my child learn
  • To study for my high school equivalency exam
  • To improve my math skills
  • To improve my technology skills
  • To become a U.S. citizen

Instruction Type

  • Classroom
  • Computer
  • Family literacy program

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Program Overview

The International Center for Community Development (ICCD) formally known as HLCCC founded February 2001, The center targets individuals within Cabarrus community that are primarily low income, improving human condition for under served, at-risk and the disadvantaged in collaboration with communities., our policy is to serve all individuals regardless of race, religion, ethnic group, or economic or social status.

The Center provides academic and vocational opportunities for the disadvantaged. Our programs include but not limited to adult literacy skills, mentoring, after-school tutoring, youth development, computer literacy, and career development for adults in our community. The center also mobilizes the Hispanic community and serves as a relay point for information; in collaboration with the local agencies to implement community outreach programs and activities.

Partnership includes CMC-NE, RCCC, UNCC, Cabarrus County Schools, Toys for Tots, local churches and many other organizations.
The center also provides GED/English/Spanish classes, preventive health and wellness programs for adults and children. It has proven itself to be the model center for community improvement in Cabarrus County.

Mission Statement

The International Center for Community Development (ICCD) in Concord, NC is dedicated to promoting community and economic development. The Center sets the pace for public services and community education through a unique combination of after-school and adult learning, youth development, and improving human condition for low income, under served, at-risk and the disadvantaged in collaboration with communities.

Hours of operation: After-school hours

Cost info: Summer Educational and Enrichment Program Application Fees

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