Community Corps Partners

Student leaders and Community Partners work together to build capacity:

  •  Arc of Blackstone Valley: Writers’ Group
    • The Arc of Blackstone Valley is the principle service organization for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Blackstone Valley area.
  • Hope High School: STEMS (Swearer Tutoring Enrichment in Math and Science)
    • STEMS is a math and science tutoring program at Hope High School
  • Lifespan Hospitals: Connect For Health
     
  • Fogarty and D’Abate Elementary Schools: Swearer Classroom Program
    • The Swearer Classroom Program is a group of Brown University students dedicated to working with local, Providence elementary school students at William D'Abate Elementary and Mary E. Fogarty. 
  • Perspectives, Inc.: PAL (Partnership for Adult Learning)
    • Working with our partner, Perspectives, Partnership for Adult Learning (PAL) pairs student tutors from Brown University with adults with developmental disabilities living in the greater Providence community.
  • House of Hope: HOPE (Housing Opportunities for People Everywhere)
    • Housing Opportunities for People Everywhere (HOPE) is a Swearer Center group dedicated to working in solidarity with the homeless community.
  • RI Urban Debate League
    • The Rhode Island Urban Debate League engages students in policy debate programs in order to improve academic outcomes and increase college readiness.
  • RI Family Literacy Initiative: English for Speakers of Other Languages at the MET and in Olneyville
    • ​ESOL is partnered with the Rhode Island Family Literacy Initiative (RIFLI) and together works to address the marginalizing effects of language barriers by providing English language and literacy classes to adult immigrants in the Providence community.
  • William D’Abate Community School:  BEAM (Brown Elementary Arts Mentoring)
    • Brown Elementary Afterschool Mentoring (BEAM) provides an after-school enrichment programming at William D'Abate Elementary School in inner-city Providence.
  • Planned Parenthood: SHAPE (Sexual Health Advocacy through Peer Education)
     
  • College Advising Corps: Brown SAT Prep
    • The Brown SAT Prep Program is a free, Brown student-run initiative, intended for junior and senior high school students from families who cannot afford the expenses of paid tutoring options.


Additional Community Corps Partners:

  • 360 High School 
    • 360 High School is committed to preparing each student for outstanding success in college and career.  360 High School will immerse students in real-world learning experiences and civic involvement throughout their four years. Students, families and community members play an active role in guiding our ongoing development.
  • AS220
    • AS220 is a non-profit community arts organization located in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. We offer artists opportunities to live, work, exhibit and perform in our facilities. 
  • Beat the Streets
    • Beat the Streets Providence is a local non-profit committed to inspiring urban youth for success in school and life through the vehicle of co-educational wrestling.
  • Clinica Esperanza/Hope Clinic (CEHC)
    • Clinica Esperanza provides culturally attuned medical care to uninsured adults living in Rhode Island.
  • English for Action
    • English for Action’s (EFA) mission is to create opportunities for the self-empowerment of immigrant families in Rhode Island.​
  • Farm Fresh RI
    • Farm Fresh Rhode Island is growing a local food system that values the environment, health and quality of life of RI farmers and eaters.
  • Generation Citizen
    • Generation citizen (GC) works to ensure that every student in the united states receives an effective action civics education, which provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to participate in our democracy as active citizens.
  • H2O After School Programs 
    • H2O, in partnership with the Hope High School community, strives to engage and empower students outside the classroom by creating a safe, nurturing environment that encourages and celebrates academic success, creativity, diversity and healthy living.
  • Home to Hope
     
  • Outdoor Leadership and Environment Education (OLEEP)
    • The Outdoor Leadership Environmental Education Program (OLEEP) facilitates the development of high school student leadership by connecting experiences in the wilderness and in the city. 
  • Youth in Action, Inc.
    • Youth In Action (YIA) gives the space for youth share their stories, practice leadership and create change in their communities.