2018 Intern Hannah Grace Bauman reflects on her work in the Grants Office and what it means to create positive impact.
If you could go to lunch with anyone, living or dead, who would it be? 2018 intern Maddie Warren says, "Julie Penrose."
2018 intern Kathryn Benson reflects on her journey from her backyard in Colorado Springs, to Spokane, Washington, all the way to Buenos Aires and finally back to Colorado Springs for the 2018 summer internship.
2018 intern Aaron Maslow contemplates the parallels between the professional world and the game of lacrosse.
2018 intern Shelby Morgan reflects on how lifting small burdens from the shoulders of others can create meaningful impact.
Kyleigh Bloyd, a member of our 2018 internship class, explores how El Pomar encouraged her leadership development and what it took to achieve her goals.
2018 intern Jack Brusa discusses his involvement in the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb as he worked for the The Sports Corp over the past summer.
2018 intern Sarah Lawton reflects on how sports and the El Pomar Internship program broadened her understanding of Colorado and its various regions.
2018 Intern Jess Cohen discusses his involvement raising awareness of sexual and domestic violence and how he further developed that passion during his summer with the Foundation.