Sixty-eight islanders receive financial awards for education
“These scholarships are made possible by the generous support of our donors,” said Karen Burns, the Institute’s community development director. “Because of their generosity, dozens of island students will have help paying for college or other post-secondary education. That’s a big deal for these communities.”
Nonprofit calls on state, federal officials to act
Maine Development Foundation’s Grants to Green program provides environmentally focused knowledge to nonprofits
Collaborative of outer island school is an example of benefits of connectivity for students
Award-winning small business owner and veteran of U.S. Foreign Service joins Rockland non-profit
ROCKLAND, ME—The Island Institute today announced that it has hired small business owner Briana Warner as its first economic development director. Warner will oversee the organization’s efforts to help Maine’s islands and remote coastal communities strengthen and diversify their economies.