Vimenti por Boys & Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico presents its first year results

The organization also released the results of a study financed by the Walton Family Foundation, aimed at systemizing learnings from the project’s first year.

One year and a half after starting operations at the Ernesto Ramos Antonini housing project, integrated services project Vimenti by Boys & Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico presented results from its three program areas: educational, social and economic development. In addition, the organization presented challenges and lessons learned in a study financed by the Walton Family Foundation  presented  in three documents and authored by Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education and Silene Vargas Díaz, researcher at the Strategic Planning and Evaluation Office of the College of Education at the University of Puerto Rico’s Rio Piedras campus, the study shows the learnings and challenges that the project faced in change management, the integration of physical and mental health services with academic performance, and the focus on continuous improvement and  development opportunities for Vimenti’s personnel, just to name a few.

Reports: وان ایکس بت بت فوروارد

"My experience at Vimenti has been very gratifying. For me, it was an experience I truly needed in my life. Vimenti helped me recover my confidence and define goals for myself."

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