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Workforce development full STEAMM ahead
By Connie Grosch / May 27, 2015
Beth Cunha, co-founder and executive director of CDL, believes that education and workforce development go together, that they must work as partners. The paths being developed by educators and business leaders today include tracks that do not necessarily lead to college. “Let’s face it,” says Cunha, “some kids are not ready to go to college and that’s okay. Let’s look at the pathways and training structures that support them.”

$50,000 challenge grant supports streamlining state government
By Chris Barnett / May 18, 2015
The matching grants are in coordination with Governor Raimondo’s new "Lean Government Initiative," which will foster innovation across state government and promote a culture of continuous improvement.

Leading for change in urban education systems
By / May 15, 2015
Dr. Andres Alonso, Professor of Practice at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and CEO of Baltimore Public Schools for six years, talks about change in urban education systems at our 2015 Civic Leadership Fund Community Conversation.

Newport County residents to benefit from $200,000 in grants
By Chris Barnett / May 15, 2015
The funding from the Newport County Fund will underwrite activities ranging from after-school activities and cleaning up Sachuest Bay to Alzheimer’s supports and relationship violence prevention.

Celebrating excellence to be emulated
By Jill Pfitzenmayer / May 13, 2015
Rhode Island’s innovative nonprofit's can learn a lot from each other. That’s why we present Best Practice Awards every year. It’s a great way for nonprofits to showcase their amazing work while sharing successes that have the potential to be of widespread benefit to other organizations.

Serving Providence youth from
By / May 7, 2015
The Providence Children & Youth Cabinet is a place-based coalition of approximately 60 youth-serving organizations in the City of Providence. Partner organizations have committed to working together to advance a series of common goals that span from “cradle to career.”

Financial incentives like money in the bank
By Inés Merchán / May 1, 2015
Grant to Capital Good Fund will help keep the working poor warm and dry and out of the food pantry.

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