Panelists and breakout session participants include: Larry Allen, Newton High School, and Amber Clark, Brown University Medical Student and Miss Black Rhode Island; and Providence Colleges Mens Basketball. Community College of Rhode Island, Johnson and Wales University, and New England College of Technology Admissions officers.
In partnership with Brown University, the youth will visit the one hundred and twenty college booths as part of the College Fair in the Universitys Meehan Auditorium. Dinner and a chance to win raffle prizes will also be provided.
The Greater Providence Chapter of the Links, Incorporated consists of 14 women dedicated to five programming facets of the organization: International/National Trends and Services; Services to Youth; Health and Human Services and The Arts. Among the Chapters signature projects is the nationally acclaimed Harriet Harmon Kelly Art Exhibit Rhode Islands largest privately owned African-American art exhibit and the award-winning L.I.F.E. Program at Bryant University.
The Links, Incorporated founded in 1946, is one of the oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of women who are committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry. The Chapter was chartered in 1995.