Point School Puerto Rico, a Hybrid Gap Year program specializing in adventure-based programming for young men from all over the world, named Sean Rose their Founder and Co-Owner.
Mr. Sean Rose, of Worcester, will pioneer the evolution of this exclusive, one-of-a-kind program. With his extensive experience in mental health, program evaluation and therapeutic consultation, “Mr. Rose is an ideal fit for this role. We are elated by the breadth of knowledge he brings. It will be of huge benefit to our clients, families and partners all over the country,” states Tim McMahon, Executive Director of Brightstone Transitions.
Brightstone’s Director of Business Development, Jason Cox, echoes those sentiments as he says, “Mr. Rose is as proven as it gets in this field. We all win with his oversight.”
Sean Rose leaves Justice Resource Institute, where he has been employed since 2006. Most recently, Mr. Rose held the position of Executive Director of the JRI Connecticut Division. He has also been a part of the Trauma Center at JRI’s adjunct training faculty since 2012. “This is a dream come true. I have been working for years to have an opportunity like this.” states Mr. Rose.
Sean Rose holds a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts with a minor in non-profit management from Lesley University in Cambridge, and a master’s degree in Education from American International College in Springfield. He is also certified in Massachusetts as an assistant principal and principal for kindergarten through eighth grade. Mr. Rose is set to embark on his second term as the District 1 City Councilor in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Point School Puerto Rico serves young men, ages 18-22, who are seeking an experiential learning environment on the culturally rich island of Puerto Rico. It includes cultural immersion, activities and humanitarian efforts, with additional focus on strength and character development. More information can be found on their website, www.pointschoolpr.com