Pawtucket granted more than $1M for high schooler development

CELEBRATING THE MORE THAN $1 million in grants that the Pawtucket schools are receiving to help high school students connect to better post-graduation opportunities are, from left: Thuy-Mai Nguyen, College Advising Corps AmeriCorps member at Tolman High School; Patti DiCenso, Pawtucket Schools superintendent; Donald R. Grebien, Pawtucket mayor; Heather Hudson, policy adviser to Gov. Gina M. Raimondo; Sandy Scott, senior communications adviser of the Corporation for National and Community Service; Wendy Spencer, CEO of CNCS; Bernie Beaudreau, executive director of Serve Rhode Island; and Jessaca York, College Advising Corps AmeriCorps member at Shea High School. / COURTESY AMERICORPS
CELEBRATING THE MORE THAN $1 million in grants that the Pawtucket schools are receiving to help high school students connect to better post-graduation opportunities are, from left: Thuy-Mai Nguyen, College Advising Corps AmeriCorps member at Tolman High School; Patti DiCenso, Pawtucket Schools superintendent; Donald R. Grebien, Pawtucket mayor; Heather Hudson, policy adviser to Gov. Gina M. Raimondo; Sandy Scott, senior communications adviser of the Corporation for National and Community Service; Wendy Spencer, CEO of CNCS; Bernie Beaudreau, executive director of Serve Rhode Island; and Jessaca York, College Advising Corps AmeriCorps member at Shea High School. / COURTESY AMERICORPS
PAWTUCKET – The city of Pawtucket will receive more than $1 million in funding for 64 AmeriCorps members for the next two years to help…

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