In a recent Providence Journal article by Superintendent Susan Lusi and RIC President Nancy Carriuolo, Rhode Island Campus Compact is noted for supporting Latino Student Success at Rhode Island College. Nancy Carriuolo and Susan F. Lusi: Helping Latinos thrive in higher education Providence Public Schools and Rhode Island College, in collaboration with the Providence Children […]
The Rhode Island Datahub released a data story with an introduction to new College Access and Persistence Programs. These programs hope to change the educational trajectory of students who have the characteristics historically associated with low rates of college enrollment. Rhode Island’s public colleges, Community College of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College, and the University of Rhode […]
The Spring 2015 round of PFS mini-grants solicits applications that utilize the PFS Partnership Rubric. Applicants are invited to submit proposals on how they would use up to $500 in conjunction with the PFS Partnership Rubric to support one of two focus areas: Partnership Planning and Development or Enhancing an Existing Partnership for school-based partnerships between PK-12 and higher ed.
Through the College Access Challenge Grant program and the RI Office of Higher Education, Rhode Island Campus Compact (RICC) has created a central location for admission information to all of the colleges and universities in Rhode Island. Broken down along deadlines, application materials both required and recommended, and general student body statistics, this poster is designed as an informative (and aesthetically pleasing) tool for high school students pursuing higher education in Rhode Island. Download a copy of the poster!
The PFS Partnership Rubric is a colorful, versatile tool designed to support partnership development and assessment. Authored by a subcommittee of partnership practitioners, the PFS Rubric functions as a set of standards, a road map to developing a partnership, and a self-assessment tool for existing partnerships.
The following partnership proposals received a mini-grant award for Spring 2014: JEWELS in Our Backyard, March Into Reading 2014: Hidden Treasures, AfterBACS Fitness Class, and Freshman Academy After-School Program.
At the most recent PFS sharing practice event, the 2014 PFS Statewide Meeting held in partnership with the Providence Children & Youth Cabinet, several transformative PK-16 partnerships shared best practices and engaged 50 participants in exploring the standards of the PFS Partnership Rubric
Partnerships for Success, with support from the Rhode Island NSF Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR), is pleased to announce a Spring 2014 round of PFS mini-grants. Download a mini-grant application here.
Please join the RI Partnerships for Success initiative and the Providence Children & Youth Cabinet for a statewide meeting and sharing practice event, Setting the Standard for Partnership Success.
Monday, February 3
2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Slavin Center, Providence College
Rhode Island Campus Compact, with grant support from the College Access Challenge Grant, recently sent out 250 posters to high schools, college access programs, and youth serving organizations to encourage high school students to apply to college “Right Here in Rhode Island”.