Becoming Cultured in Unexpected Places

Our next PRC blogger is Alice Bradford, School-Based Mentor at Soroco Middle School in Oak Creek. Alice comes from Port Angeles, Washington and is an alumni of the University of Washington with a B.A. in International Studies and Spanish. She is interested in continuing her education to eventually become a bilingual social worker or school counselor. …Read the full article

Learning about Life’s Distinctions

Our next blog post comes from our board member, Steve Hofman. Steve joined the Partners board in January of 2012, and we feel so fortunate to have him. Steve is a successful policy and communications consultant who has worked with a variety of people over his professional career including: the CEO of The Washington Post, advisor …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

To Give of Yourself

This week our blog post comes from our One-to-One Program Case Manager, Clarice Hubbell. Clarice handles all Junior Partner referral and intake procedures as well as Senior Partner screening and training. She also creates our partnerships and monitors all unmatched Junior Partners as well as first year and alumni partnership caseloads. This is what she had …Read the full article

Challenge Those You Love

During my last two years as a School-Based Mentor at Soroco Middle School, I got to know some amazing and inspiring individuals. Mostly under the age of 14. The students of Soroco Middle School will always have a special place in my heart, and I felt a real connection with one girl in particular who …Read the full article