Project GOAL inspires academic, athletic achievement

ACTIVE LEARNING: From left, Sherry Lee L., fourth-grader at Veterans Elementary School; Mabel G., sixth-grader at Calcutt Middle School; Isabella R., seventh-grader at The Learning Community; Javier Centeno, co-founder, coach and director of soccer for Project GOAL; Carolina S., fifth-grader at The International Charter School; Gabriela N., fifth-grader at ICS; Christopher G., fifth-grader at ICS; and Julia M., fourth-grader at ICS. 
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
ACTIVE LEARNING: From left, Sherry Lee L., fourth-grader at Veterans Elementary School; Mabel G., sixth-grader at Calcutt Middle School; Isabella R., seventh-grader at The Learning Community; Javier Centeno, co-founder, coach and director of soccer for Project GOAL; Carolina S., fifth-grader at The International Charter School; Gabriela N., fifth-grader at ICS; Christopher G., fifth-grader at ICS; and Julia M., fourth-grader at ICS. 
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Business Excellence Awards 2018 Excellence in Education and Learning: Project GOAL Inc. The phrase “having multiple balls in the air” can mean having many opportunities on the horizon. For Providence nonprofit Project GOAL Inc. (Greater Opportunities for Athletes to Learn), soccer balls represent a portal to academic achievement and personal excellence. Project GOAL gives children…

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