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SEED 11 Reflections & Graduation


Our Cohort 11 SEED program was an amazing group, eager to learn and explore the intersections of nonviolence, social justice, and community. Cohort members were incredibly supportive of each other, providing the motivation needed to analyze and reflect on the nonviolence principles that the NVI Team presented to them.


"I learned a lot about myself and the impact that I can make on the world." - Cohort 11 Team Member

The two-week job training curriculum sets the stage for honest and open discussions and prepares the participants to navigate the challenges and successes that come their way before and after graduating high school. We look


forward to our next class and hope if you know someone who'd like to participate, to refer them to us with the application here.


"I feel grateful for this program because it's a nonjudgmental place and I could say things I never said aloud." - Cohort 11 Team Member

Topics of discussion included, but were not limited to:

  • Discovering the intersections of nonviolence and social justice

  • How to solve conflicts without using violence

  • Critical thinking about the practice of nonviolence in today’s world

  • How to encourage others to practice and study nonviolence

  • Understanding mental health and wellness and its relation to nonviolence


If you'd like to refer a student to our program, learn more here.


Funding for this program is being provided by the ARPA City of Providence Anti-Violence Investment.



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