Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today announced that Jody A. Jencks will join the City of Providence as the Director of PVD HealthWorks for the Office of Economic Opportunity where she will lead the development of specialized healthcare and social assistance workforce partnerships to create diverse training pipelines, career pathways, and other workforce solutions for Providence residents interested in accessing careers in the healthcare and social assistance industry.
The City of Providence announced that PVDFest, the City’s signature arts festival, will return for a fifth year June 6-9, 2019. As it has in the past, PVDFest will transform downtown Providence into a global celebration of art, music, food, performance and more.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today joined representatives from anchor institutions throughout Providence at the WaterFire Arts Center to announce the creation of the Urban Innovation Partnership (UIP).
In the aftermath of the shooting death of a Central High School student on Wednesday, Providence Public School District, Mayor Jorge Elorza, and Governor Gina Raimondo have arranged for trauma support professionals to be available for students, Monday-Wednesday next week at a number of Providence recreation centers and community locations. No appointments are necessary.
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