First Change Accelerator class graduates

THE FIRST GRADUATING CLASS of Social Venture Partners Rhode Island Change Accelerator incubator program gathered Wednesday at the Rhode Island Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Providence to celebrate the completion of their eight-week program. Speaking is Joe Vaughn, executive director of Groundworks Providence, a tree nursery that helps low-income communities plant trees.  /
THE FIRST GRADUATING CLASS of Social Venture Partners Rhode Island Change Accelerator incubator program gathered Wednesday at the Rhode Island Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Providence to celebrate the completion of their eight-week program. Speaking is Joe Vaughn, executive director of Groundworks Providence, a tree nursery that helps low-income communities plant trees. /
PROVIDENCE – The first class of eight social entrepreneurs graduated Wednesday from the new Change Accelerator incubator program created by Social Venture Partners Rhode Island, a nonprofit that provides guidance to other organizations. The eight-week mentor program for small organizations offered workshops about mentoring, business-plan refinement and early-stage seed capital at the Rhode Island Center…

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