North Carolina Mock Trial Program
The North Carolina Mock Trial Program, formerly known as the Carolina Center for Civic Education (CCCE), is a nonprofit corporation that operates the only statewide high school mock trial competition in North Carolina.
NCMTP Mission Statement
The North Carolina Mock Trial Program believes that teaching high school students about our justice system and trial-by-jury is crucial to preserving our rights as citizens. Our mission is to create engaged citizens through the hands-on learning activity of mock trial, thereby enabling students to gain the civic understanding, self-confidence, analytical reasoning, and communications skills that are vital for tomorrow’s leaders.
NCMTP Board of Directors
The NCMTP Board is made up of devoted mock trial supporters living in small towns and large cities across North Carolina. These volunteers devote countless hours each year to providing this outstanding educational opportunity to students statewide.
Rebecca Britton: President
Brooke Schmidly: Vice-President
Adrienne Blocker: Treasurer
Christine Scheef: Secretary
John H. Anderson, Jr.
Brenée W. Orozco
Ex Officio Member:
Support North Carolina Mock Trial
The North Carolina Mock Trial Program is actively seeking financial partners and grants to ensure the sustained growth of the program for years to come. With additional funding, the organization aims to realize its vision of expanding the mock trial program to underserved areas of the state, providing mock trial camps for high school students, and developing further avenues for delivering civic and legal education to students statewide.
As a 501(c)(3) organization, all donations to the North Carolina Mock Trial Program are tax-deductible. To join us as a partner, please visit https://ncmocktrial.org/about/north-carolina-mock-trial-program/individual-contributors/.
Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the State Solicitation Licensing Branch at 919-814-5400. The license is not an endorsement by the State.