Golf Outing 2024

Swing for Scholarships

Ledgemont Country Club
Seekonk, Massachusetts
NEW Spring Date – Monday, May 13, 2024

Thank you for helping us Keep Sailing Affordable and Accessible for All in Rhode Island!

Registration Opens March 1, 2024 (details, TBD to be provided)

Event Details:

Who:
Community Boating Center (CBC) is a 501c3 non-profit, offering all members of the community an opportunity to sail and paddle. Located in India Point Park in Providence, CBC provides outreach, sailing lessons and affordable access to the Providence waterfront. CBC offers youth summer sailing camps, after-school programs, adult evening classes, waterfront “Sailebration” sailing parties and facility rentals, and youth scholarships for children of financial need.

What:
– Charity Golf Outing to Benefit Community Boating Center
– 18 Hole Scramble
– Raffle and auction

Where:
Ledgemont Country Club, Seekonk, MA – Directions

Ledgemont CC

When:
NEW Spring Date – Monday, May 13, 2024

Why:
In order to achieve our goals, we must depend on individual support, donations, and grants to help maintain our youth outreach programs. We hope you share our vision, see the possibilities, and will provide the means to help us grow. Thank you!

Registration:
Registration Opens March 1, 2024 (details, TBD to be provided)

Our Mission
CBC’s core mission is to provide instruction and access to recreational sailing and boating for all, with an emphasis on children, without regard to financial situation. We will do so by providing programs to build self-esteem, broaden horizons, and advance environmental awareness. CBC will nurture a true sense of community in which the diversity of the urban environment is respected and encouraged.

For More Information Contact:
Tom Wesley, 508-282-7925, tom@tomwesley.com

Renaissance Regatta!

Renaissance Regatta, our signature fundraiser, is your opportunity to take part in celebrating all that CBC accomplishes every year. Join us on Thursday, 8/1/24!

Renaissance Regatta
Much more than a race, this fundraiser fosters a lifetime of youth learning. Thanks to our supporters, CBC nurtures a sense of community in which the diversity of the urban environment is respected and encouraged. Join us today.

SPONSOR/ DONATE NOW!
BUY TICKETS NOW!

This year’s Renaissance Regatta & Celebration features an end-of-season, summer camp awards ceremony and reception. All CBC Sailing & EcoAdventure campers from all sessions, adult members, friends, family (sail with your child!), guests & sponsors from the entire summer season are invited to join us for an afternoon/evening of regatta fun and activities!

Show your support of CBC with an advanced ticket purchase to this fundraiser. Regatta attendees can enjoy watching youth sailors race sailboats, kayaks, and paddleboards from the pier followed by an awards ceremony. Ticket purchase includes appetizers (food truck available), adult beverages, and sailboat rides for campers, family (sail with your child!), and friends! CBC support opportunities include a race spectator boat, raffle, auction, & Upper Bay powerboat tours.

The mission of Community Boating Center (CBC) is to provide instruction and access to recreational sailing and boating for all, with an emphasis on children, without regard to financial station. We do so by providing programs to build self-esteem, broaden horizons, and advance environmental awareness. CBC nurtures a true sense of community in which the diversity of the urban environment is respected and encouraged.

With your help, our Renaissance Regatta fundraiser makes it all possible.
Please help expand our network with your personal contacts. Thank you!

Sign-up as a sponsor of our Renaissance Regatta fundraiser today!

Share your passion and success with sailing with youth who deserve a chance to experience Narragansett Bay. – DONATE NOW!

Thank you for your continued support! 
Contact me at johnof@communityboating.com or 401.454.SAIL (7245) with any questions. Hope to see you on the water!

Download our Renaissance Regatta Support Package

Watch our Renaissance Regatta Videos!

Regatta Facts

WHO:
CBC campers, parents, sponsors, donors, members, board members, friends, family and your invited guests. (100-150 people)

WHAT:
Renaissance Regatta, CBC’s signature fundraiser, is your opportunity to celebrate all that CBC accomplishes every year. This year’s Renaissance Regatta & Celebration features an end-of-season, summer camp awards ceremony & reception. All CBC Sailing/EcoAdventure campers from all sessions, adult members, friends, family (sail with your child!), guests & sponsors from the entire summer season are invited!

WHEN:

  • Thursday, August 1st 2024 
  • 3:30 pm Registration/ check-in
  • 4:00 – 5:00 pm, Youth sailboat, SUP, & kayak racing
  • 4:00 – 5:00 pm, Race spectator boat available
  • 5:15 – 6:00 pm, Upper bay powerboat tour available
  • 5:00 – 6:00 pm, Sailboat rides (sail with your child!)
  • 5:00 – 7:00 pm, Open bar/ appetizers served
  • 5:00 – 7:00 pm, Food truck available
  • 6:30 pm, Regatta/ season superlative awards 
  • 7:00 pm, Close of event

WHERE:
Community Boating Center
109 India Street, Providence, RI 02903 (India Point Park)
(401) 454-7245, www.communityboating.com

WHY:
This fundraiser is your chance to support CBC. Help us meet our goal of $36K to sponsor inner-city youth sailors for a safe, fun summer on the water!

SPONSORSHIPS:

  • Admirals’ Club — $5,000 – DONATE NOW!
    Underwrite the cost of a new boat to help us reach even more sailors in our quest to enhance Providence’s waterfront revival.
  • Captains’ Club — $3,000 – DONATE NOW!
    Underwrite the cost of one of our nationally acclaimed STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) inner-city youth classes.
  • Commanders’ Club — $2,000 – DONATE NOW!
    Enable a local organization of inner-city youths to discover sailing by funding a multi-day group outreach experience.
  • Lieutenants’ Club — $1,000 – DONATE NOW!
    Join the impact CBC is having on Providence’s waterfront revival with the purchase of paddleboards for our EcoAdventure program.
  • Ensigns’ Club — $500 – DONATE NOW!
    Help put a deserving student on the water and a smile on their face with a donation toward a “Sailorship” for a Summer Camp session.
  • All Donations Accepted – DONATE NOW!

EVENT TICKETS:
Show your support with an advanced ticket purchase! – BUY NOW!

  • FREE for campers (any session) who race in the regatta!
  • $40 for CBC parent/guardian or CBC member ($50 at door)
  • $50 for non-members ($60 at door)
  • All children 8 years old and younger are FREE!

SPECTATOR BOAT TICKETS: – BUY NOW!
Your on-the-water opportunity to watch (and photograph) racing!

  • $40 for CBC members
  • Limited availability

EVENING POWERBOAT TOUR TICKETS: – BUY NOW!
Cruise the Upper Bay by powerboat with the Providence RiverBoat Co.!
(purchase details coming soon!)

  • $80 for CBC members
  • Limited availability
Providence Riverboat
Providence Riverboat Logo

PROCEEDS:
CBC’s fundraising goal for this annual event is $36,000. Help us meet our goal and continue our success in providing high quality youth outreach initiatives and programs.

NEW – PARENT/GUARDIAN SUPPORT OPPORTUNITIES
Show your appreciation of CBC with these support opportunities!
(purchase details coming soon!)

Advance Tix Purchase
Show your support with an advanced ticket(s) purchase! *Reduced rate tix available for CBC scholarship youth/families – contact CBC for details.

Sail With You Child
Your ticket purchase includes the opportunity go sailing with your child! (weather permitting)

Make a Donation
Can’t attend? Feeling extra generous? – DONATE NOW!

Spectator Boat Tickets
Your on-the-water opportunity to watch (and photograph) racing!

Evening Powerboat Tour
Cruise the Upper Bay by powerboat with the Providence RiverBoat Co.!

Online Auction/Raffle
Choose a convenient online option. (50/50 raffle, select, premium auction items)

Company Sponsorship
Ask your company (or family) to become a sponsor!- DONATE NOW!

In-Kind Donation
Premium auction item, marine item gift/ youth awards, food, beer, wine, bartending, photography, music/ DJ service, printing, collateral, banners, other?

For additional information contact:
Community Boating Center
Attn: John O’Flaherty
P.O. Box 5849
Providence, RI 02903
(401) 454-7245
info@communityboating.com

Instructors Wanted!

Staff/Jobs

Community Boating Center (CBC) has the following seasonal open job opportunities for our spring (April – June), summer (June – Aug), and fall (Sept. – Nov.) seasons:

Sailing Instructors – Youth and Adult

Responsibilities include preparation of daily lesson plans for classroom and on-the-water instruction following curriculum guidelines set by the Program Manager, and US Sailing. Must posses strong interpersonal skills to provide students and members with positive feedback to reinforce safe sailing procedures, hands-on instruction, and sailing fun.

Responsible for shoreside and on-the-water instruction, boat safety inspections, student evaluations, and daily program safety. Must posses current US Sailing Small Boat Sailing certificate, including current First-Aid certificates, and be proficient in chase boat operation.

Works with Jr. Sailing Instructors and volunteers in training capacity to foster future Instructor candidates. Sailing Instructor candidates will perform on-the-water skipper’s test evaluations for potential adult members at scheduled intervals. Sailing Instructor candidates may assume Dockmaster duties for scheduled adult open sailing hours and should be familiar with all Dockmaster responsibilities.

Jr. Sailing Instructors

Works with Sailing Instructors to assist in shoreside and on-the-water drills. Acts as a positive role model for students, teaching basic sailing maneuvers and boat handling skills. Assists in boat maintenance and repair stressing the importance of equipment maintenance and general seamanship. The Jr. Sailing Instructor candidate will be given the opportunity to train in Instructor functions and activities, and will be provided with training and boat use membership privileges.

Dockmasters

Responsibilities include boat maintenance and repair identifying potential repair needs and having the skill to affect them. Must maintain a boat sign out log for daily boat use by members and classes. Maintains control of time slots and boat use according to previously determined skill levels and membership status. Schedules skipper test evaluations for potential members with available instructors. Provides class availability schedules and information to all interested in joining Community Boating Center.

Must have experience in fiberglass repairs, working in wood, repairing aluminum rigging, and sanding and painting. Responsible for general on site maintenance of building and property. Must maintain current list of emergency contacts and procedures. Must be proficient in chase boat operation and rescue procedures set by the Program Manager. Responsible for weather evaluation and boat/ equipment allocation based on weather conditions and skill level.

STEM Educator

The STEM Educator administers an ongoing STEM program including short-term planning, organizing, leading, teaching, and controlling program activities.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

The STEM Educator performs a wide range of duties including some or all of the following:

Plan the Program

  • Plan the daily delivery of the overall program and its activities in accordance with the mission and the goals of the organization

Organize the Program

  • Ensure that program activities operate within the policies and procedures of the organization
  • Ensure that program activities comply with all relevant legislation and professional standards
  • Develop and/or maintain forms and records to document program activities
  • Oversee the collection and maintenance of records on the clients of the program for statistical purposes according to the confidentiality/privacy policy of the organization

Lead the Program

  • Ensure all staff members receive daily orientation and appropriate training in accordance with organizational and industry standards
  • Supervise program staff by providing direction, input and feedback
  • Communicate with clients and other stakeholders to gain community support for the program and to solicit input to improve the program
  • Liaise with other managers to ensure the effective and efficient program delivery
  • Coordinate the delivery of services among different program activities to increase effectiveness and maximize efficiency

Teach the Program

  • Prepare daily lesson plans for classroom and on-the-water instruction following curriculum guidelines set by the Executive Director, and US Sailing.
  • Must possess strong interpersonal skills to provide students and members with positive feedback to reinforce safe sailing procedures, hands-on STEM instruction, and sailing fun.
  • Responsible for shore-side and on-the-water instruction, boat safety inspections, student evaluations, and daily program safety.
  • Work with Jr. Sailing Instructors and volunteers in training capacity to foster future Instructor candidates.

Control the Program

  • Provide data to the Executive Director for written reports on the program for clients and/or funders
  • Communicate with clients and/or funders as outlined in funding agreements
  • Identify and evaluate the risks associated with program activities and take appropriate action to control the risks
  • Monitor the program activities on a regular basis and conduct an annual evaluation according to the program evaluation framework
  • Report evaluation findings to the Executive Director and recommend changes to enhance the program, as appropriate

Qualifications

  • Education – Must posses or be working towards a University degree in a related subject
  • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – Program management/ education, STEM background
  • Experience – 3 to 5 years experience in a related field
  • Working Conditions – Office and on-the-water environment

The STEM Educator will work a standard workweek or agreed upon work schedule as designated by the Program Manager or Executive Director.

Send Resumes to:

Community Boating Center
Attn: Hiring Committee
PO Box 5849
Providence, RI 02903
info@communityboating.com

Community Boating Center (CBC) is a non-profit, 501c3 recreational organization offering all members of the community an opportunity to sail and paddle. Located in India Point Park, CBC provides outreach, sailing lessons and affordable access to the Providence waterfront.

Giving Tuesday!

We Need Your Help!

CBC is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. In order to achieve our goals, we must depend on individual support, corporate donations, and public and private grants to help maintain our youth outreach programs, growing fleet, and safe operating facilities. Your donation is tax deductible to the extent provided by law. The Community Boating Center is having an impact far beyond its stated mission. We hope you share our vision, see the possibilities, and will provide the means to help us grow.
Thank you! – DONATE NOW!

CBC Annual Fund — Individual Support

Our annual fund challenges members, supporters, and friends of CBC to support our youth outreach efforts. Your donation helps ensure an exciting summer of sailing and paddling for deserving youth.

Friend — $25+ – DONATE NOW!
Help provide learning materials including classroom supplies, trophies, and awards for our eager learners.

Guardian — $50+- DONATE NOW!
Ensure the safety of our programs with the purchase of items like a life jacket for one of our youth sailors.

Supporter — $100+ – DONATE NOW!
Join the growing number of contributors helping support our vision of utilizing sailing as a medium to positively engage at-risk youth.

Sponsor — $250+ – DONATE NOW!
Help put a deserving student on the water and a smile on his/her face with a donation toward a “Sailorship” for a youth Summer Camp session.

Patron — $500+ – DONATE NOW!
Enable a local organization of inner-city youths to discover sailing by funding a group outreach experience.

CBC AfterGuard — Support Network

Join the ranks of the many devoted founders, contributors, and angels who help us steer a proper course and ensure our long-term success!

Chairperson’s Challenge — $1,000/ year – DONATE NOW!
Join the impact CBC is having on Providence’s waterfront revival.

STEM Supporter — $3,750/ program (multi-program available) – DONATE NOW!
Underwrite the cost of one of our nationally acclaimed STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) programs for inner-city youth.

Boat Benefactor — $7,500/ boat (multi-year available) – DONATE NOW!
Underwrite the cost of a new boat to help us reach even more sailors in our quest to enhance Providence’s waterfront revival. Includes a boat-mounted nameplate inscribed with your message.
Download our RS Quest support flyer
Download our RS Zest support flyer

Program Patron (multi-year available) — $10,000+ – DONATE NOW!
Underwrite the cost of a seasonal CBC group outreach program (sailing, racing, environmental) to provide inner-city youths with a safe, healthy activity.

Season Sponsor — $20,000+ – DONATE NOW!
Provide “Sailorships” for a full summer of sailing for at-risk youths. Choose our EcoAdventure, KidSail, or TeenSail program.
(exclusive naming rights/opportunities)

Note: Donations to CBC youth outreach programs and initiatives are wholly charitable gifts for which no goods or services are received and are tax deductible to the extent provided by law.

Learn More:

Help support CBC maritime initiatives today!
Contact us for complete details:

John O’Flaherty
Executive Director
Community Boating Center
P.O. Box 5849
Providence, RI 02903
(401) 454-7245
info@communityboating.com

Fireworks At CBC!

fireworks

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WATCH FIREWORKS AT CBC! BEST FIREWORKS VIEW IN CITY — 7/2/23, 7-10 PM

Spend 4th of July weekend at CBC with activities in India Point Park and a waterfront fireworks view from CBC!
(fireworks scheduled for 9:00 pm)

Please join us Sunday, July 2nd from 7:00 – 10:00 pm at CBC in India Point Park.

7:00 pm – Access to CBC site or VIP waterfront deck.

9:00 pm – Fireworks in front of CBC!

Suggested Donations: Deck seats* for fireworks – $40

*CBC VIP deck seating includes a chair, use of our restrooms, and the best fireworks view in the city!

Buy Now!

https://www.communityboating.com/product/4th-of-july-fireworks-vip-seating/

CBC lawn seats available at the door (bring a blanket or chair) – $10 each

PLEASE CARPOOL!…

Proceeds benefit our non-profit sailing programs. Reserve your seat today!

SPECIAL CITY OF PROVIDENCE TRAFFIC AND PARKING INFO: PLEASE CARPOOL! The City will also be observing the following traffic plan to ensure easy access in and out of the park on July 2nd:

  • There will be NO parking along India Street and traffic will flow one-way.
  • No stopping will be allowed on Route 95 or 195.
  • The public is encouraged to access the park by bike or by using the India Point Park Walking Bridge located at East and Wickenden Streets.
  • Please check ProvidenceRI.com for parking and traffic updates as we approach the holiday.

Community Boating Center (CBC) is a non-profit, 501c3 recreational organization offering all members of the community an opportunity to sail. Located in India Point Park, CBC provides outreach, sailing lessons and affordable access to the Providence waterfront. Gifts of cash or property to CBC may be treated as charitable donations for Federal Tax purposes.

For additional information contact:

John O’Flaherty Executive Director Community Boating Center info@communityboating.com tel: 401.454.SAIL (7245)

Spring Work Party

Work Party Group

Saturday, May 13th, 1-4 pm

We need your help! Please join us to clean up our waterfront site and begin to prep our fleet for the season!

Roll up your sleeves and help rig, prep boats, and clean up CBC and the waterfront.

Help/Learn how to:

– Rake, clean, and spruce-up CBC
– Rig and step masts
– Evaluate boat and rigging repairs
– Safely launch boats
– Provide general site/gear maintenance
– Spin a sailing tale like a pro

No RSVP required. Hope to see you (and your friends and family) there.
Note: Bring gloves, friends and a desire to help this great cause!

Thank you!

401Gives – 2023

Ready to Lend a Helping Hand? | 401Gives

401Gives is in it’s 4th year and we hope we can have your continued support!  This year is the Weekend Edition – an amazing opportunity to unite our community around causes in which we truly believe and help nonprofit organizations connect to the larger community.   

Now there is a whole weekend to celebrate…it starts on March 31 at 6am and goes through Monday, April 3 until 6pm.  Plenty of time to make a gift and give back to the community that gives so much!

With your help, Community Boating continues to enrich the lives of deserving inner-city youth with extraordinary experiences that expand their hopes, dreams, and aspirations beyond the limitations of a concrete horizon or computer screen. While sailing each day at CBC, youth absorb lessons on land/sea breezes and how they impact the ability to sail, buoyancy/density, water quality testing, marine debris, and associated environmental education.

We need your help to make our campaign a success, and we’ve included a few easy ways that you can support us.

Support CBC

https://www.401gives.org/organizations/community-boating-center

Share and share alike
Online days of giving are successful because of our own networks. Help us grow our network by sending this email to your network and ask your friends to do the same.

Be socially (media) active
Use your social media networks: post on Facebook, tweet about 401Gives, and share your love for your CBC. Ask others to do the same.

Thank you in advance for your support!

Golf Outing 2023

Swing for Scholarships

Ledgemont Country Club
Seekonk, Massachusetts
Monday, September 11, 2023

Thank you for helping us Keep Sailing Affordable and Accessible for All in Rhode Island!

Congratulations to our 2023 winners! – Team Tim O’Flaherty

Early Registration Ends Friday, 8/25 at Midnight!
REGISTER TODAY!

Event Details:

Who:
Community Boating Center (CBC) is a 501c3 non-profit, offering all members of the community an opportunity to sail and paddle. Located in India Point Park in Providence, CBC provides outreach, sailing lessons and affordable access to the Providence waterfront. CBC offers youth summer sailing camps, after-school programs, adult evening classes, waterfront “Sailebration” sailing parties and facility rentals, and youth scholarships for children of financial need.

What:
– Charity Golf Outing to Benefit Community Boating Center
– 18 Hole Scramble
– Raffle and auction

Where:
Ledgemont Country Club, Seekonk, MA – Directions

Ledgemont CC

When:
Monday, September 11, 2023

Why:
In order to achieve our goals, we must depend on individual support, donations, and grants to help maintain our youth outreach programs. We hope you share our vision, see the possibilities, and will provide the means to help us grow. Thank you!

Registration:
REGISTER TODAY!

Our Mission
CBC’s core mission is to provide instruction and access to recreational sailing and boating for all, with an emphasis on children, without regard to financial situation. We will do so by providing programs to build self-esteem, broaden horizons, and advance environmental awareness. CBC will nurture a true sense of community in which the diversity of the urban environment is respected and encouraged.

For More Information Contact:
Tom Wesley, 508-282-7925, tom@tomwesley.com

Instructors Wanted!

Staff/Jobs

Community Boating Center (CBC) has the following seasonal open job opportunities for our spring (April – June), summer (June – Aug), and fall (Sept. – Nov.) seasons:

Sailing Instructors – Youth and Adult

Responsibilities include preparation of daily lesson plans for classroom and on-the-water instruction following curriculum guidelines set by the Program Manager, and US Sailing. Must posses strong interpersonal skills to provide students and members with positive feedback to reinforce safe sailing procedures, hands-on instruction, and sailing fun.

Responsible for shoreside and on-the-water instruction, boat safety inspections, student evaluations, and daily program safety. Must posses current US Sailing Small Boat Sailing certificate, including current First-Aid certificates, and be proficient in chase boat operation.

Works with Jr. Sailing Instructors and volunteers in training capacity to foster future Instructor candidates. Sailing Instructor candidates will perform on-the-water skipper’s test evaluations for potential adult members at scheduled intervals. Sailing Instructor candidates may assume Dockmaster duties for scheduled adult open sailing hours and should be familiar with all Dockmaster responsibilities.

Jr. Sailing Instructors

Works with Sailing Instructors to assist in shoreside and on-the-water drills. Acts as a positive role model for students, teaching basic sailing maneuvers and boat handling skills. Assists in boat maintenance and repair stressing the importance of equipment maintenance and general seamanship. The Jr. Sailing Instructor candidate will be given the opportunity to train in Instructor functions and activities, and will be provided with training and boat use membership privileges.

Dockmasters

Responsibilities include boat maintenance and repair identifying potential repair needs and having the skill to affect them. Must maintain a boat sign out log for daily boat use by members and classes. Maintains control of time slots and boat use according to previously determined skill levels and membership status. Schedules skipper test evaluations for potential members with available instructors. Provides class availability schedules and information to all interested in joining Community Boating Center.

Must have experience in fiberglass repairs, working in wood, repairing aluminum rigging, and sanding and painting. Responsible for general on site maintenance of building and property. Must maintain current list of emergency contacts and procedures. Must be proficient in chase boat operation and rescue procedures set by the Program Manager. Responsible for weather evaluation and boat/ equipment allocation based on weather conditions and skill level.

STEM Educator

The STEM Educator administers an ongoing STEM program including short-term planning, organizing, leading, teaching, and controlling program activities.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

The STEM Educator performs a wide range of duties including some or all of the following:

Plan the Program

  • Plan the daily delivery of the overall program and its activities in accordance with the mission and the goals of the organization

Organize the Program

  • Ensure that program activities operate within the policies and procedures of the organization
  • Ensure that program activities comply with all relevant legislation and professional standards
  • Develop and/or maintain forms and records to document program activities
  • Oversee the collection and maintenance of records on the clients of the program for statistical purposes according to the confidentiality/privacy policy of the organization

Lead the Program

  • Ensure all staff members receive daily orientation and appropriate training in accordance with organizational and industry standards
  • Supervise program staff by providing direction, input and feedback
  • Communicate with clients and other stakeholders to gain community support for the program and to solicit input to improve the program
  • Liaise with other managers to ensure the effective and efficient program delivery
  • Coordinate the delivery of services among different program activities to increase effectiveness and maximize efficiency

Teach the Program

  • Prepare daily lesson plans for classroom and on-the-water instruction following curriculum guidelines set by the Executive Director, and US Sailing.
  • Must possess strong interpersonal skills to provide students and members with positive feedback to reinforce safe sailing procedures, hands-on STEM instruction, and sailing fun.
  • Responsible for shore-side and on-the-water instruction, boat safety inspections, student evaluations, and daily program safety.
  • Work with Jr. Sailing Instructors and volunteers in training capacity to foster future Instructor candidates.

Control the Program

  • Provide data to the Executive Director for written reports on the program for clients and/or funders
  • Communicate with clients and/or funders as outlined in funding agreements
  • Identify and evaluate the risks associated with program activities and take appropriate action to control the risks
  • Monitor the program activities on a regular basis and conduct an annual evaluation according to the program evaluation framework
  • Report evaluation findings to the Executive Director and recommend changes to enhance the program, as appropriate

Qualifications

  • Education – Must posses or be working towards a University degree in a related subject
  • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – Program management/ education, STEM background
  • Experience – 3 to 5 years experience in a related field
  • Working Conditions – Office and on-the-water environment

The STEM Educator will work a standard workweek or agreed upon work schedule as designated by the Program Manager or Executive Director.

Send Resumes to:

Community Boating Center
Attn: Hiring Committee
PO Box 5849
Providence, RI 02903
info@communityboating.com

Community Boating Center (CBC) is a non-profit, 501c3 recreational organization offering all members of the community an opportunity to sail and paddle. Located in India Point Park, CBC provides outreach, sailing lessons and affordable access to the Providence waterfront.

Charity Golf Outing

golf outing

Swing for Scholarships

Ledgemont Country Club
Seekonk, Massachusetts
Monday, October 3, 2022

Thank you for helping us Keep Sailing Affordable and Accessible for All in Rhode Island – Together we raised over $5K for our scholarship program!

And the winners are!
1st Place – Steve Mega, Tyler Wentworth, Bryan Soderberg, Greg Antonelli
2nd Place (tie) – Andy Hendriks, Chris Givner, Chris Foxworthy, Sean Lee
2nd Place (tie) – Leonard Demers, James Kwon, Travis Rymer, Jonas Williams
Longest Drive (hole 10) – Dave Maynard, Lauren Brennan
Closest to Pin (holes 6, 12, 15) – Travis Rymer, Joe Quattrocchi Chris Givner

Cash Sponsors – Thank you!
Nick Longo
John O’Flaherty
Pilgrim Title Insurance
Brayden Puddington
RICCI LLC, Cardarelli & Ricci, Inc.
Sanoco Inc., Santoro Oil
Chetan Shah
Dennis & Marla Smith
Christopher Walker
Tom Wesley

In Kind Donors – Thank you!
Lauren Brennan – Gift bags and swag
Ledgemont Country Club – Golf Foursome
Tom Rich – Patriots Tickets
Abigail Smith – Food/Beverages
George Vartanian – Patriots Tickets

Event Details:

Who:
Community Boating Center (CBC) is a 501c3 non-profit, offering all members of the community an opportunity to sail and paddle. Located in India Point Park in Providence, CBC provides outreach, sailing lessons and affordable access to the Providence waterfront. CBC offers youth summer sailing camps, after-school programs, adult evening classes, waterfront “Sailebration” sailing parties and facility rentals, and youth scholarships for children of financial need.

What:
– Charity Golf Outing to Benefit Community Boating Center
– Greens Fee & Donation – $150 per golfer
– 18 Hole Scramble (Foursomes)
 (please list names in your foursome in “Order Notes” of your order)
– Continental Breakfast, Hors d’oeuvres, raffle and auction following golf

Where:
Ledgemont Country Club, Seekonk, MA – Directions

Ledgemont CC

When:
Monday, October 3, 2022 – 8:30 am Registration, 10:00 am Scramble

Why:
In order to achieve our goals, we must depend on individual support, donations, and grants to help maintain our youth outreach programs. We hope you share our vision, see the possibilities, and will provide the means to help us grow. Thank you!

Sign up to Golf Today!
https://www.communityboating.com/product/golf-outing-ticket/

Donate to Support CBC!
https://www.communityboating.com/support/annual-fund/

Our Mission
CBC’s core mission is to provide instruction and access to recreational sailing and boating for all, with an emphasis on children, without regard to financial situation. We will do so by providing programs to build self-esteem, broaden horizons, and advance environmental awareness. CBC will nurture a true sense of community in which the diversity of the urban environment is respected and encouraged.

For More Information Contact:
Barbara Miller, 401-225-1368, barbaramiller7801@gmail.com
Tom Wesley, 508-282-7925, tom@tomwesley.com