EVENT IS SOLD OUT!
Sorry, no tickets will be available at the door. But what a response! We're honored to have so many friends dedicated to guiding first-generation students to earn a college degree.
Still want to celebrate with College Visions? It's not too late to show your support. Please consider a special anniversary gift to launch the next decade of degrees and guide many more young people toward a college degree. Click here to donate.
Look out for more anniversary activities in 2014!
Ticketholders: We'll see you on Thursday to celebrate A Decade of Degrees! We're looking forward to a full house and an amazing event.
THURSDAY, MARCH 27
Local 121 Restaurant
121 Washington Street, Providence, RI 02903
2014 marks College Visions' 10th Anniversary! Because of friends like you, 100 College Visions student have earned a degree and 325 more are on the path to graduation. Enjoy a special evening, mingle with movers and shakers, and support our next decade of degrees.
Free valet parking + cash bar + free gourmet appetizers
THANK YOU TO OUR ACCESS ALLIES
College Visions is privileged to honor our 10 for 10: Access Allies. With one ally for each year of CV, we acknowledge our students’ success is facilitated by a network of champions who believe socioeconomic status should not be a barrier to educational opportunity. As mentors, philanthropists, policymakers, and researchers, our Access Allies play an important role in expanding access to a college degree for low-income, first-generation students.
Dr. Nancy Carriuolo - President, Rhode Island College
Letitia and John Carter - Carter Family Charitable Trust
Congressman David Cicilline - 1st District of Rhode Island
Umberto Crenca - Artistic Director, AS220
Councilwoman Sabina Matos - Ward 15, Providence
Gail Mixer - TriMix Foundation
Dr. Warren Simmons - Executive Director, Annenberg Institute for School Reform
Dr. Bridget Terry Long - Dean and Xander Professor of Education, Harvard University
Mayor Angel Taveras - Providence
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse - Rhode Island