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Mandated Reporting for Volunteers

Mandatory Reporting Protocols for Volunteers[...]

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BILINGUALS IN THE CLASSROOM

How Inspiring Minds and Brown University have come together to create a stronger learning environment in the Providence public school system. Providence’s student body, while diverse, includes a 64% Hispanic population, with many having limited English proficiency. A primary objective[...]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Margaret Gardner

What made you choose to become involved with Inspiring Minds: I knew I wanted to work with an organization that made a difference. I did a lot of research and hemmed and hawed about deciding where to volunteer. I kept[...]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Margaret Gardner

What made you choose to become involved with Inspiring Minds: I knew I wanted to work with an organization that made a difference. I did a lot of research and hemmed and hawed about deciding where to volunteer. I kept[...]

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Giving Tuesday: Spread the Good!

Many of us are familiar with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but join the growing group of Americans who want to spotlight the good we can achieve together! Consider giving to Inspiring Minds  for Giving Tuesday on or before this December 1st – it’s[...]

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Student Spotlight: Starling Garcia

Starling and his family were new to the country when he started at Asa Messer Elementary in 2013, but his lack of English in the school didn’t stop him from quickly making friends with most of the students and, in[...]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Blythe Raucci

Blythe with her husband at our Annual Recognition Event Over the first year of her volunteering with us, you could say Blythe Raucci became one of Inspiring Minds’ biggest advocates.  Though Blythe initially approached us to volunteer because of internship[...]

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Inspiring Minds Annual Recognition Event

More than 200 guests turned out on May 19 to help us honor Sparling Garcia, Bright Young Mind Award; Marianne Stephanian of Lifespan, Dedicated Volunteer Mentor in our Power Lunch Program; Walter Zekanoski, Distinguished Community Volunteer Tutor, and; Blythe Raucci of URI,[...]

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Launched for Learning: KidsBridge 2015

School has started and thanks to Inspiring Minds’ summer kindergarten prep program, KidsBridge, Alanah and 150 other children like her are better prepared for school. Alanah came to our program with no preschool and few learning experiences, she was years[...]

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