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Providing social security (article from The Foxboro Reporter)

Joe Bordieri leads a group exercise

Northeastern Human Services alumni are mentoring young people to develop critical life skills

By Juri Love (The Foxboro Reporter)

Social skills are key to success in life. So are friendships and self-esteem.

That’s why husband-and-wife educators Joe and Nadia Bordieri launched the Skills Empowered program, which employs specialized workshops, mentoring and coaching to help young people improve these critical life skills.

This summer, the Bordieris are teaching two, 8-week classes for students ages 7-17 and the town recreation building on Mill Street, with students meeting once a week for an hour.

Read the full article here from The Foxboro Reporter.

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