Providence Granola Project

Started in 2008, Providence Granola Project, in partnership with Amos House, offers refugees from countries such as Burundi, Myanmar, and Iraq, their first paid position in the United States. Considered one of the premier producers of granola in Rhode Island, with distribution expanding the U.S., the project has provided 20 refugees, six who were not literate in their native language, job training, and English language courses. These 20 refugees receive on-the-job training with the group for one to six months before finding permanent employment with local, for-profit businesses.

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