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The Language of Leadership

Sam Hinkle, a 1st Year Fellow with El Pomar, explores a formative leadership experience while helping run an annual restoration workshop in the Valle Vidal of northern New Mexico. This role helped him formulate what kind of leader he wants to be looking forward.

by El Pomar Foundation, the Nov. 8, 2019, 3:36 p.m.

Lessons from Rural Colorado

El Pomar Fellowship alumnus Matt Nuñez reflects on the economic evolution of rural Colorado given his past experience with the Telluride Foundation and his current position as an Economic Development Specialist for the City of Glenwood Springs.

by El Pomar Foundation, the Oct. 18, 2019, 2:53 p.m.

Hoop Skills and Life Skills, A Connection

Fellow Alumnus Terrell Brown explains his path from basketball to the Fellowship, and how he is tying his passions for sport and service together through "Hillside Connection."

by El Pomar Foundation, the Nov. 6, 2018, 10:39 a.m.

Update from Washington D.C. - Morgan Harrison at ACYPL

2nd Year Fellow, Morgan Harrison, is currently working at the American Council of Young Political Leaders in Washington D.C. Check here for an update on Morgan's experience!

by El Pomar Foundation, the Oct. 26, 2018, 2:54 p.m.

It's a Marshmallow World: Reflections on ACYPL

On a mild November night in the suburbs of Denver, nine Botswanans, Namibians, and South Africans found themselves huddled around the warm glow of a backyard campfire, roasting marshmallows into tragically blackened sugar crisps. “So tell us, Garrett, why exactly are these sweets called s’mores?” asked Nangula, a public policy researcher from Namibia.

by Garrett Mayberry, the Aug. 2, 2017, 10:20 a.m.

Life is Too Short

The two of us were in our last semester of college and our conversation left me thinking about what a truly purposeful life might look like. How can I pursue this “purposeful life” post-graduation to avoid my fear of accepting monotonous jobs meant only to pay off student loans? I was suddenly asking myself a question this inexperienced 22 year old wasn’t ready to answer.

by Hillary Stefanec, the July 5, 2017, 8:35 a.m.

At Half-Past Three, a Single Bird

Every March, nearly 20,000 Sandhill Cranes descend on Monte Vista, Colorado, to spend six weeks resting before continuing their northward migration, a spectacle which draws tourists from across the globe and causes the population of Monte Vista to nearly double in size. So how did I find myself driving along a dirt road scouring the landscape for a single bird?

by Mari Tanabe, the June 23, 2017, 2:43 p.m.

For the Love of Colorado

While I never doubted my sense of home at Colorado College, it’s only now that the state of Colorado feels like home. Maybe it was as simple as fully unpacking my belongings in my “adult” apartment rather than hoarding books, out of season clothes and childhood photos in boxes, anticipating the next move to a new dorm room. I suspect, however, I now feel at home in Colorado because I spend my days working at El Pomar Foundation.

by Ann Fenley, the April 18, 2017, 10:44 a.m.

Support in Service, then and now

Ryan Burton first supported middle school education as a City Year Boston Corps Member. He continues to do so as a Fellow in the Metro Region.

by Ryan Burton , the Feb. 27, 2017, 4:29 p.m.

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