BVT Community Service Team Launches Positive Self-Image Campaign

bvt1The Blackstone Valley Tech SkillsUSA Community Service team is proud to announce the launch of a public awareness campaign to promote the importance of a positive self-image.

The R.I.S.E. (Respect Individuality & Self Expression) Above project will promote the benefits of self-confidence, support systems, abilities, and positive appearances to students at Valley Tech and the public at large via the distribution of original literature, live presentations, and visits to local healthcare facilities and schools. The first stop on the Community Service team’s campaign was the recent Student Wellness Conference organized by Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early, Jr., at Anna Maria College.

The BVT SkillsUSA Community Service Team includes (left to right) Health Services juniors Hannah Licarie of Millbury, Samantha Cella of Northbridge, and Mikayla Corda of Grafton. The team is seen here with Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early, Jr.

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