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CCRI Alumni Newsletter

September 2012

VIDEO: Recent graduate shares how CCRI changed her life

Inline ImageKazakhstan native Regina Castro graduated from the Community College of Rhode Island with a degree in General Business and a 4.0 GPA in May. The North Providence resident has transferred to Bryant University, where she will major in finance and minor in economics. Read more »

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Alumni Association elects new board members

Terry Shea ’78New officers, board members and a student representative were elected to represent the Community College of Rhode Island Alumni Association during its annual meeting on Sept. 5, at the Knight Campus in Warwick. Read more »

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2013 Society of the Knights call for nominations

Inline ImageThe 8th CCRI Society of the Knights Outstanding Alumni Awards will be presented on April 5, 2013, at a ceremony to be held at the Quidnessett Country Club in North Kingstown. Nominate a graduate for this prestigious honor, which recognizes successful leaders who have provided volunteer service to the college community. Read more »

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Changing Lives Celebration to honor three community leaders

CCRI student Lawrence O'LearyAll Community College of Rhode Island alumni and friends are invited to spend "An evening of enthusiasm and enchantment" at the Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston for the CCRI Foundation's Changing Lives Celebration on Nov. 29. This event will honor John Hazen White and Taco/The White Family Foundation, Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian and Judge Frank Caprio while raising money to support student success.

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Employee giving is on the rise

Terry Shea ’78Community College of Rhode Island faculty and staff have banded together for a common cause: students. During the last fiscal year participation in employee giving programs increased by 10 percent. Read more »

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Students reflect on start of new semester

Inline ImageStudents returned to CCRI campuses on Sept. 4 to start the new academic year. Now that the fall semester is in full swing, students tell us why they chose to attend the Community College of Rhode Island and talk about where they want to go from here. Read more »

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Last Updated: 5/24/17