RECIPIENT OF THE DAVINCI CENTER
2016 COMMUNITY HUMANITARIAN AWARD
The DaVinci Center will be honoring Ray DiPasquale, retired President of Community College of Rhode Island as the recipient of its 2016 Community Humanitarian Award. The event was held on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick, RI.
Thank you for your support and for making the dinner a great success!
Photos coming soon!
The DaVinci Center for Community Progress’
Historical Review Video Presentation.
Programs We Offer
The Education Department can help you reach your goals whether you are in middle school, high school, thinking of taking college courses, or are an adult thinking about going back to school. GED and ESOL are also available.
The DaVinci Center offers residents crisis intervention, job placement, career counseling and referrals when appropriate. The Ticket To Work Program assists residents in Rhode Island who wish to obtain gainful paid employment in the work force.
The DaVinci center offers servicing of the Visiting Nurses Association of Greater RI and sponsors health information lectures, and health screenings frequently.
There are a variety of comprehensive services and programs available for seniors. If you are in need of assistance, a Community Elder Information Specialist provided by the Rhode Island Division on Aging is available for an appointment at the Center or by a home visit (if required). Please See our newsletter for other available programs.
Your support on programs help to make it possible for our Summer Youth Career Exploration Program which provided 15 teenagers with job experience in their career choices!
Yohji Daquio-Braude aspiring to Professional Opera.
Jose Argueta aspiring to be a Mechanical Engineer.http://online.fliphtml5.com/hfwe/xwzq/#p=25