Teens learn boat building through collaborative effort with CCRI, RIMTA

STUDENTS GRADUATING FROM the Youth Summer Boatbuilding class gather for a ceremony at Ninigret Park in Charlestown with, from left, Matthew Thayer, an instructor in the Workforce Partnership Department at the Community College of Rhode Island; Cody Fino, Westerly Education Center coordinator; and CCRI Vice President of Workforce Partnership Julian L. Alssid. / COURTESY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND
PROVIDENCE – Thirteen students have completed the Community College of Rhode Island’s inaugural Youth Summer Boatbuilding class. In cooperation with Westerly Education Center and the Rhode Island Marine Trades Association, a graduation ceremony was held at Ninigret Park in Charlestown last month, according to a CCRI news release. The program was a collaboration of the…

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