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CRi Announces Launch of Jack Bruggeman Tuition Assistance Fund

On February 20, 2020, CRi President & CEO Arthur Ginsberg announced a new fund that will provide tuition assistance & reimbursement to CRi Employees pursuing advances in their education.

On February 20, 2020, CRi President & CEO Arthur Ginsberg announced a new fund that will provide tuition assistance & reimbursement to CRi Employees pursuing advances in their education. The Jack Bruggeman Tuition Assistance Fund was developed in honor of CRi Board Chair, Jack Bruggeman, & reflects his commitment to ongoing education & training of CRi employees in the field of human services. This fund is designed to invest in CRi staff growth & provide opportunities to improve the quality of life for those with mental health needs & developmental disabilities.

 This Fund will further support the CRi Tuition Reimbursement Program with the goal of encouraging & supporting employees who want to advance in the human services profession by earning a certification or license in the human services field or a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral human services degree from an accredited college or university. 

Donations in support of the Jack Bruggeman Education Fund are tax deductible & can be made at HERE. For more information on the Jack Bruggeman Fund, please contact AJ in the Philanthropy Department at ajohn@mycri.org.

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