Interested in bringing a mindfulness-based social and emotional learning program to your school?

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Partner with Center for Resilience to reach your SEL goals in the 2020-2021 School Year!

Center for Resilience will be working with over 1,000 students in Rhode Island next year teaching social and emotional learning through mindfulness strategies to improve student outcomes.

Complete the applications on this page to indicate your interest in partnering with us to bring a proven, year-long mindfulness-based SEL curriculum into your school twice weekly for 30-minutes at a time.

Tell us what you're currently doing on the SEL front, how you will help make this partnership successful, and why you want to work with us.

Our Slate of Schools Committee will be reviewing applications in June and will get back to each school by the end of the month.

  • Check out our recent blog posts below.
  • Please Contact Val if you have any questions about the application process.

J.McLaughlin Fundraiser

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5 Ways to Practice Mindfulness Right Now

The benefits of mindfulness continue to make it into the media where the data continues show benefits in many facets of one’s life. The practices…

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3 Ways Mindful Art Can Enhance Learning in Your Classroom

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Mindfulness During a Lockdown Drill?

According to the Washington Post, over 4 million students experienced lockdown drills last year as a part of their educational experience in American schools.  While…

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5 Ways Mindfulness Can Support Your SEL Goals

Both mindfulness and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) have been receiving significant attention in ed-related discussions recently. An increasing number of studies show that social…

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6 Games You Can Play Mindfully With Your Students

Between winter break, disruption of routines, midterms, state testing, and the weather not always cooperating to allow for recess, this time of year can challenge…

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5 Ways to Incorporate Mindfulness in Your New Year

Put down the pen for a brief mindfulness practice.  Before jumping to jot down all your goals for the new year, take a minute to…

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P.A.U.S.E. and take it all in…

We use P.A.U.S.E. as a teaching acronym in our curriculum with teens, which stands for Pause, Attend,Untangle, Settle, Engage. Not just for teens, this tool…

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What’s Mindfulness Got to Do With Athletics? 

You may know that edge-of-your-seat moment of the big game when a player misses the free-throw shot, the clear path to the goal, or the…

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By: Vanessa Weiner and Sophie Sandweiss This is one of my favorite times in the cycle of our year-long curriculum. We are deep into the…

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