Summer Programs

ARISE offers summer programs designed to empower youth socially, emotionally, politically, and academically. 

 

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Hidden Lotus Circle

7/15/19-7/26/19 (M-F) 10:00am-2:30pm, RWU Providence Campus  

The Hidden Lotus Circle is a structured support group for people of all genders from 9-18 years that integrates relational theory, resiliency practices, and skills training in a specific format designed to increase positive connection, personal and collective strengths, and competence. 

This program is free, with food and transportation provided. 

Watch a video from the 2017 Hidden Lotus Circle

Hidden Lotus Permission Slip

Please PRINT, FILL OUT, and TURN IN your permission slip in-person. If you have questions about date/permission form, contact Rosey Ok at rosey@ariseducation.org.


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Honoring our History and The Warriors Who Came Before Us

7/29/19-8/02/19 (M-F) 9:30am - 3:30pm, RWU Providence Campus

An interactive, experiential program for rising 9th-12th grade students to develop as researchers, historians, and storytellers of Southeast Asian history.

This program is free, with food and transportation provided. 

Honoring Our History Permission Slip

Please PRINT, FILL OUT, and TURN IN your permission slip in-person. If you have questions about date/permission form, contact Rosey Ok at rosey@ariseducation.org.


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College Access

8/12/19-8/16/19 (M-F) 10:00am-1:00pm, RWU Providence Campus   

An educational program for rising 9th-12th-grade students providing supports in career exploration and college/post-secondary preparation.  

This program is free, with food and transportation provided.

College Access Permission Slip

Please PRINT, FILL OUT, and TURN IN your permission slip in-person. If you have questions about date/permission form, contact Rosey Ok at rosey@ariseducation.org.


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I loved being able to talk about all these issues that affect our community and just all these concepts that are prevalent in my mind. I definitely feel this is a safe space and the people couldn’t have been more understanding and loving. Going into my senior year I would consider it about time to talk and educate about all these issues that schools don’t touch up upon.
— Hidden Lotus 2018 Participant