The Yellow Brick Road of Life

Our next blog post comes from AmeriCorps School-Based Mentor, Lauren Demicco. Lauren is working at Steamboat Springs Middle School this year and loves working with kids! Lauren comes from a small town in central Pennsylvania and graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in Earth Science Education. This is what Lauren had to say …Read the full article

Growing Up: A hard but beautiful process

This blog post comes from AmeriCorps School-Based Mentor, Preethi Bandri.  Preethi is from Canton, MI and received her B.A in Psychology and Health Studies at Michigan State University. She hopes to continue her education by pursuing a graduate degree in social work and public health. Preethi hopes to work with youth in communities affected by health …Read the full article

A constant state of ascension: How a cross country coach mentored me

  To continue our blog series, we move on to our School-Based Mentor placed in 5 Routt County middle and elementary schools. Our School-Based Mentoring program is made up of nine full-time AmeriCorps volunteers, who dedicate ten months of service to our at-risk youth here in Routt County by providing in school one-to-one mentoring, in …Read the full article

Even a Few Minutes Make a Difference

Our blog post this week comes from Lindsay Kohler, Partners in Routt County’s School-Based Mentoring Program Manager. Lindsay approaches her fifth year with Partners with a multitude of different hats over the years. Lindsay came to Partners initially as an AmeriCorps School-Based Mentor working as a mentor in Steamboat Springs Middle School. She then took …Read the full article