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Writing Center develops essential skill
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Writing Center develops essential skill

3 May 2017 | by lbergson

By Jackie Adell, Communication Studies major, Class of 2017 Writing is one of the most sought after skills by employers today, according to a survey by the Association of American Colleges and Universities. This important skill is a major focus of the Harrington School and one of the reasons the Writing...

Executive Advisory Board, students review mentoring program
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Executive Advisory Board, students review mentoring program

3 May 2017 | by lbergson

By Jackie Adell, Communication Studies major, Class of 2017 Members of the Harrington School’s Executive Advisory Board met with students on Friday, April 28. These meetings take place twice during the school year and are meant for board members and Harrington students to network and discuss academic...

Harrington School Students Livin’ It Up
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Harrington School Students Livin’ It Up

28 Mar 2016 | by adamroth

Our Students Live And Learn in World-Class Facilities And Travel The World As Part Of Their Curriculum

PR Students Collaborate with Local Nonprofit to Fight Child Malnutrition
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PR Students Collaborate with Local Nonprofit to Fight Child Malnutrition

3 Mar 2015 | by Harrington School

Four public relations students are collaborating with Edesia, a Providence-based company that distributes the Plumpy’Nut to the mothers of malnourished children in as many as 44 countries around the world.

In a world where technology is rapidly evolving and expanding globally, the need for effective communication is one thing that will never change. Our students are ready for the future because they graduate with the knowledge, skills and leadership abilities needed to be effective communicators and global citizens in a constantly changing world.