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NCEF FAQ PAGE

WHAT IS THE ALL-PRO ACTION TEAM?
The NCEF All-Pro Action Team is a group of highly diverse professionals, including athletes, media figures, business leaders, musicians, authors, and military leaders, all of whom are accepted by today's youth culture and can effectively address and bring positive change to the often dangerous and sometimes tragic issues facing our children. The All-Pro Action Team is involved in a series of events designated to captivate students through assemblies, being part of teaching our comprehensive character education curriculum, and classroom visitations. The length of the each assembly program is approximately 45-60 minutes. Click here for more detailed information.

WHERE CAN THE ALL-PRO ACTION TEAM BE USED?
Some of the programs or events the All-Pro Action Team can be used for are: Elementary, Middle, High School, and University Levels of Education Vo-Tech Institutes At-Risk Youth Programs Drug and Alcohol Awareness Programs Faculty-In-Service Training Educational Workshops Leadership Workshops Staff Development Programs Youth Summits Keynote Engagements Coaching Clinics Sportsmanship and Athletic Workshops and Award Banquets Camps, Retreats, and more...

HOW WOULD I SCHEDULE A MEMBER OF THE ALL-PRO ACTION TEAM?
You can schedule a speaker or inquire about a certain program by calling the NCEF toll free (866-770-6233), by e-mailing David Rettig, or by means of the Contact Us Web page. Because of the high demand for members of the All-Pro Action Team, we would suggest that assemblies be scheduled as soon as your year's school calendar is finalized. Once an assembly date has been selected, you will be sent an NCEF Assembly Contract that will outline the terms of the agreement. To finalize the agreement, we would ask that the agreement be signed and returned to our office along with a 50% deposit of the total assembly cost. On the day of the program, the member of the All-Pro Action Team will arrive at your school approximately one-half hour before the scheduled assembly(s). We would ask that at that time, the team member have access to the location where the assembly(s) will be held in order to set up any equipment and to prepare for the day's program(s).

COST & CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS OF AN ALL-PRO ACTION TEAM EVENT
The cost of an assembly varies according to the speaker chosen, location, and the date availability. This can be discussed with our program developer.Once an assembly date has been selected, you will be sent an NCEF Assembly Contract that will outline the terms of the agreement. To finalize the agreement, we would ask that the agreement be signed and returned to our office along with a 50% deposit of the total assembly cost. On the day of the program, the member of the All-Pro Action Team will arrive at your school approximately one-half hour before the scheduled assembly(s). We would ask that at that time, the team member have access to the location where the assembly(s) will be held in order to set up any equipment and to prepare for the day's program(s). The length of each assembly program is approximately 45-60 minutes.Becasue of the high demand for members of the All-Pro Action Team, we would suggest that assemblies be scheduled as soon as your year's school calendar is finalized.

HOW ARE NCEF PROGRAMS FUNDED?
Programs, assemblies, and projects administered by the NCEF are financially supported by grants and private donations, through the sales of teaching materials and programs, and funded in part by The Pennsylvania Department of Education, The Federal Labor HHS Education Appropriation Bill, and the Science, Commerce, State, Justice, Appropriation Bill.

IS THE NCEF A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION?
The NCEF is a recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Any monetary contribution is a tax deductible gift for itemized federal tax deductions.

IS THE NCEF A RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION, OR PART OF ANY POLITICAL ORGANIZATION?
The NCEF is not affiliated with any religious or political organization. While the content of some NCEF programs may be modified when addressing certain audiences, the programs and speakers for public schools are strictly nonsectarian.