Campus and Community Programs

RIC Students in class discussion

PSCE extends the educational offerings and resources of Rhode Island College and provides administrative programming
support and assistance to affiliated agencies and organizations on and off campus.

Programs and Partners

Workforce Development Hub

  • ESL for Adult Learners and Work Readiness

Main Campus

The Rhode Island STEAM Center was established as a centralized, focused, and coordinated hub for statewide science, technology, engineering, arts + design, and mathematics (STEAM) education efforts. The creation of the STEAM Center followed a statewide initiative that identified the need for improving STEAM education.
Visit the Rhode Island STEAM Center website.

Summer Institute

Rhode Island Writing Project supports writing, reading, and learning in Rhode Island’s schools through meaningful and relevant professional development. We recognize the importance of teacher knowledge, expertise, and leadership as the primary forces that can inspire growth and change in all writers.

School of Social Work/Continuing Education in Social Work

Continuing Education in Social Work has been committed to providing high-quality educational experiences that assist social service practitioners in improving their knowledge and skills. We are committed to offering workshops that meet the current needs and interests of the social work community.

Academic Affairs with Professional Studies and Continuing Education
Sponsor: RI Executive Office of Health and Human Services

HSTP supports partnerships among healthcare providers, payers, community organizations, and others to develop Accountable Entities and other healthcare delivery reforms. It also support partnerships between providers and educators to prepare the healthcare workforce with the knowledge and skills needed to help Rhode Island achieve its Triple Aim of better care, smarter spending, and healthier people.

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Recovery Friendly Workplaces (RFW’s) support their communities by recognizing recovery from substance use disorder as a strength and by being willing to work intentionally with people in recovery. RFW’s encourage a healthy and safe environment where employers, employees, and communities can collaborate to create positive change and eliminate barriers for those impacted by addiction.

Visit the Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiative website.

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