Coming Together During COVID-19

COVID-19, aka the Coronavirus, has forced us all apart, quite literally. University College at Roger Williams University has always prided ourselves as being a place that brings people together. So, while we can't all be in one place, we are offering a series of free online programs and opportunities that can help bring us as close together as possible.

Upcoming programs

Housing Assistance Programs During COVID-19

April 20 @ 12 Noon - FB Live

Are you facing a housing crisis caused by COVID-19? Join Brenda Clement, Director of Housing WorksRI, to learn about housing assistance programs that are available to Rhode Islanders impacted by COVID-19.

Clement has over 20 years of experience in housing and community development. She previously served as Executive Director of Citizens' Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA), a non-profit umbrella organization for affordable housing and community development activities in Massachusetts; Executive Director of the Housing Action Coalition of Rhode Island, a statewide affordable housing advocacy organization; and Executive Director of the Housing Network, the Rhode Island trade association for community development corporations. Clement is also a founding member of the New England Housing Network and currently serves on the Board of the National Low Income Housing Coalition as Chair.

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Stressed? How Can Essential Oils Help?

April 21 @ 7pm - FB Live

Join Michelle Neuner “live” on April 21st at 7pm, on University College Facebook, where she will shares her personal successes using Essential Oils and helps others address the root causes of their health issues. How oils can help us get through during this stressful time?

As a practitioner for over 25 years, Michelle Neuner knows that a multifaceted approach is needed to achieve greater health and happiness. She offers Ortho-Bionomy, Massage Therapy and doTERRA Essential Oil education at her wellness center, Back In Balance, Inc., located in Garden City. Her passion is to help clients "get back in their bodies" using therapies that work with not on the body. She shares her personal successes using Essential Oils and helps others address the root causes of their health issue.

Outside of the office, Michelle loves to practice yoga, tennis and boating with her husband. She is a novice photographer, animal lover and enjoys long walks in the woods. Michelle loves to learn new things and is currently try Indian cooking.

You can find Michelle on LIVE on Facebook in her public education group called OMAZINGOILS with Michelle or Back In Balance, Inc.

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Opportunities for workers and business in Coronavirus stimulus legislation.

April 29 @ 3pm - FB Live

Join Sean Fontes, the Executive Counsel in the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training for a presentation and Q&A on recent federal Coronavirus stimulus legislation and the employment and labor law impacts and opportunities for clients, from workers to businesses.

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