Inaugural P-TECH health care cohort graduates from North Providence High School

THE FIRST Rhode Island Pathways in Technology health care cohort recently graduated from North Providence High School, with 12 graduates earning their associate degree for free from the Community College of Rhode Island. Pictured with the graduates are Melissa Caffrey, left, director of Multiple Pathways Grades 6-12, North Providence School District, and Giana Nassi, right, North Providence guidance counselor for P-TECH students. / COURTESY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND
WARWICK – In addition to their high school diplomas, 12 North Providence High School seniors graduated with associate degrees from the Community College of Rhode Island as part of the first Rhode Island Pathways in Technology health care cohort. According to CCRI, it was one of the largest graduating P-TECH cohorts in the state. The…

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