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College access and success program announces new name, advances same mission

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (June 29, 2022): The state’s most comprehensive college readiness program, formerly known as the College Crusade of Rhode
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Honorific Class of 2022 celebration

We recently celebrated our Class of 2022 Honorific Program graduates with a dinner and presentation of certificates and stoles. We
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High schoolers practice nature photography skills

Students photograph specimens at the Rhode Island School of Design Nature Lab during Project Open Door over April vacation. We
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Audubon Society visits middle school program

Middle schoolers learned about owls and raptors during a visit from the Audubon Society of Rhode Island over April vacation. 
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Students visit Mystic Aquarium over April vacation

Students in middle and high school who took part in a virtual program with Mystic Aquarium this spring visited the
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Q&A with Accelerate grad Stephanie Vargas Sosa, who will attend Texas Christian University

The Accelerate Program offers Providence high school students an enhanced senior year experience that allows students to jump-start their postsecondary career while completing their high school requirements.
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College access and success program lauds today’s student debt relief announcement

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Aug. 24, 2022): Onward We Learn, the college access nonprofit previously known as the College Crusade of Rhode

College access and success program announces new name, advances same mission

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (June 29, 2022): The state’s most comprehensive college readiness program, formerly known as the College Crusade of Rhode

Honorific Class of 2022 celebration

We recently celebrated our Class of 2022 Honorific Program graduates with a dinner and presentation of certificates and stoles. We

Audubon Society visits middle school program

Middle schoolers learned about owls and raptors during a visit from the Audubon Society of Rhode Island over April vacation. 

College access organization to change name next spring

PROVIDENCE, R.I.: The College Crusade of Rhode Island, the state’s most comprehensive college readiness program, will change its name and

Q&A with Accelerate graduate Jason Rodriguez Taveras, who heads to PC this fall

The Accelerate Program offers Providence high school students an enhanced senior year experience that allows students to jump-start their postsecondary career while completing their high school requirements.