Collette awards $6,500 grant to College Crusade of Rhode Island

STUDENTS IN The College Crusade’s after-school program at Joseph Jenks Junior High School in Pawtucket say thanks for a grant from Collette. At left are Lynne Kelly, community relations manager for Collette, and Bob Oberg, vice president for development and communications for The College Crusade. At right are Emily Teixeira, College Crusade adviser for Jenks, and Emily Winchell, development officer for The College Crusade. / COURTESY THE COLLEGE CRUSADE OF RHODE ISLAND
STUDENTS IN The College Crusade’s after-school program at Joseph Jenks Junior High School in Pawtucket say thanks for a grant from Collette. At left are Lynne Kelly, community relations manager for Collette, and Bob Oberg, vice president for development and communications for The College Crusade. At right are Emily Teixeira, College Crusade adviser for Jenks, and Emily Winchell, development officer for The College Crusade. / COURTESY THE COLLEGE CRUSADE OF RHODE ISLAND
PROVIDENCE – Collette presented a $6,500 grant to The College Crusade of Rhode Island in early March to help support the organization’s college readiness programs for students in Joseph Jenks Junior High School and Samuel Slater Junior High School in Pawtucket. “We are grateful to Collette for its dedication to improving educational outcomes in our…

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