Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center
Social ServicesCommunity DevelopmentIndustry: Civic & NonprofitNon-Profit
Founded in 1922 and renamed after Dr. King in 1968, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center (MLK Community Center) is a multi-service provider for at-risk and underserved individuals, families and children in support of its mission to nourish, educate, and support Newport County, Rhode Island residents to improve their economic and social well-being. An independent non-profit, the Center served 3,654 individuals in 2019, the most in its history. Less than 2.8% of Center public support comes from federal, state and local government funding.
Summer Learning Initiative Site FloaterCategory: Non-Profit and Social ServicesFull Job Description Join Newport’s summer literacy initiative’s team as a “floater” at one of the Reading Reaps Rewards program sites: EBCAP/NFCOZ’s Summer Learning AcademyDr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community CenterBoys and Girls Club of Newport County, Newport County YMCA. Each “floater” will stay at the same site for the six-week program which runs from Tuesday, July 5th through Friday, ...read moreContact:Phone:(401) 846-4828Fax:(401) 848-7360