Students Representing Hope Life Skills at the 2018 National Youth Leadership Forum on Law and CSI in Washington, D.C. starting on July 22nd.
when you bring together twenty successful, forward thinking entrepreneurs, college professors, social activists, technologists, designers, health care change agents, marketers, trainers, oceanographers, and artists
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in downtown Providence
to network – meet, listen, and converse – with amazing storytellers from all over the world. From artists and astronauts to entrepreneurs and educators,
making profound differences in the world shared their personal stories of challenges and eventual success on the Trinity Theatre stage at BIF 2017. Our
The following video and pictures share the Hope Life Skills student experience at BIF 2017:
The Hope Life Skills class traveled to Woonsocket, Rhode Island today for their
a $177 billion, international company.
Carlos Sanchez, the host and coordinator of this event for the past several years, began the day’s program with several impressive facts about CVS Health, ranked 7th on the Forbes 500 list with almost 8,000 CVS stores throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and Brazil. He then presented an assignment to the class. “As you hear about CVS Health today and meet several of our team members in your department immersion meetings, ask yourself what skills and qualities you possess that would cause CVS Health to consider you a good candidate for a job here.” Fred Felix added
for Hope Life Skills students. From the corporate offices of one of the America’s largest and most successful companies to the friendly confines of a community bookstore, 5 Hope Life Skills students were learning 21st century skills, expanding their networks of successful professionals and earning money in the process.
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among our staff here at Amica is unlike most groups visiting our Amica campus.
The Hope Life Skills class took a
in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. The
Today’s field trip was to Rhode Island College’s
For the 5th consecutive year, Hope Life Skills students had the opportunity to attend an
Each storyteller shared a story from his or her life journey, often about doubt and adversity, sometimes failure, but always ‘never give up’ to extend themselves out of their comfort zone toward ultimate success.
during breaks and at lunch” said Gisabel Salcedo. “I was so excited about meeting singer/songwriter Dani Shay. We talked about our love of music and the details of songwriting. And, she was so nice and encouraging.”