Fallon Memorial School Netwalking Club visits the State House

NETWALKING: On the Move Networking
Wednesday, May 27, 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Meet at The Empowerment Factory (Studio #707)
Hope Artiste Village, 999 Main Street, Pawtucket

Netwalking seeks to bring the business community together educators and students. From 5:30-6:00pm will be an introduction to Netwalking. At 6:00 we will step back in time, tour the Hope Artiste Village and
share it's rich industrial history. Please wear comfortable walking
shoes; no high heels. We recommend participants bring soup, salad
or sandwich if you would like to have a light bite before walking.  Suggested networking tips for preparation.
$5 per person. Netwalk Leaders: Wendy Fachon and Gail Ahlers. 401 365-1010.


TUESDAYS - Quidnessett Elementary in North Kingstown

WEDNESDAYS - Lincoln Lower School in Providence

THURSDAYS - Fallon Memorial Elementary in Pawtucket

Students should bring their own water bottles, and dress for the
weather. Practice good skin care, by a wearing long-sleeved shirt,
long pants and socks, applying a "safe" bug spray to avoid tick
and mosquito bites. On sunny days, I recommend wearing a brimmed hat or apply a natural/non-toxic sunscreen on your
face, neck and hands.

Weather updates will appear on our NETWALKING facebook page.  Please contact Wendy to learn more about these outdoor programs – 884-8505 or 

If you want more information, please contact Wendy Fachon at 884-1559 or Netwalking programs are free of charge unless otherwise noted.


Wendy offers afterschool enrichment program training for facilitators working with all ages.  The concept of a "Walking Classroom" promotes experiential learning, which gives context to the standard learning that happens during the school day, and therefore strengthens academic engagement.

STORYWALKER (Ages 5-12) is supported with audio material for children learning to read and master the basics of math.
Older elementary ages focus on developing communication skills - conversation, interviewing, creative writing, and social media.  In this program, students participate in a few presentations given by business owners

NETWALKING (13+) is about connecting career professionals with potential interns.  It can also be used as a no-cost casual approach to improve a company's internal communications, creative problem solving,  employee morale, and overall corporate wellness.    Please contact us for assistance in scheduling and organizing a local Netwalking event leadership training.

This is a prime opportunity for students to develop networking and interviewing skills.

P.O. Box 2221
East Greenwich, RI  02818


If your business, town, club, or organiza-tion has scheduled a special hike or fundraising walk, please let us know, so that we can help publicize the event and/or the cause here on our calendar.  You can also share news and events with other Netwalkers on our facebook wall or tweet to us on twitter (using #netwalkri hash tag) and provide a link. 
If you love to walk and you love to meet people, come visit period-
ically to find out about all the various fundraising walks and runs sponsored by Rhode Island's local health and education organizations.  These groups need our support, and it's a great way to network.

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