National Center for Arts & Technology (NCAT)

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The National Center for Arts & Technology (NCAT) is the MBC affiliate that works with cities to replicate the Manchester Bidwell Education Model. Replication refers to the process by which a community works collaboratively with the NCAT team to create and open a Center for Arts & Technology. By using the replication model, a community seeks to develop arts education for high school age youth and career training for adults 18 years and older.

The final and most important aspect of replication is to create the physical and philosophical environment among the staff and students based on MBC’s core values: Respect, Listen Shape, Embrace, and Influence.