WELCOME TO UPP!
UPP SEEKS NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR & INTERN
We are looking for a new Managing Director and a new intern. Both of these
positions will provide the opportunity to work directly with diverse communities in Rhode Island, learn about nonprofit management, and shape the trajectory of UPP as we grow and expand our mission.
For the Managing Director position, apply by July 25, 2014. For the internship, apply by September 1, 2014. See below for detailed
For more information, e-mail Holly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OUR 2014 PROCESSION
Many thanks to everyone who came to the procession! We loved seeing your
bright faces and sharing a magical evening by the pond with you. Kudos to all our performers, teaching artists and volunteers.
Special thanks to our sponsors:
- The Rhode Island Foundation;
- Rhode Island Council for the Humanities;
- Rhode Island State Council on the Arts;
- Horsley Witten Group;
- Brown University's John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities;
- Brown University Superfund Research Program;
- Environmental Justice League of Rhode Island;
- Partridge, Snow and Hahn, LLP;
CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS
We rely on enthusiastic volunteers like you to make our procession a success! Please drop us a line if you have ideas, want to lend
a hand, or would like to be notified of our monthly planning meetings. In particular, if you have advice about staging a procession
or fresh fundraising suggestions to help sustain our programming, we would love to hear from you!
Contact Holly at email@example.com.
UPP'S 2014 EDUCATORS' PACKET
Use these resources to teach classes and facilitate discussions around the history and environmental challenges of Mashapaug
Pond and the Huntington Industrial Park.