Paralympic student athlete reflects on career, role in athletic community
Taylor Watters, UCCS Scribe
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.
Pourtales, Penrose, and the "Broadmoor City" Dream
Gazing westward from the sun-soaked terrace of The Broadmoor’s main building, you can easily be whisked away to another time and place...
Voices of the Fellowship: ACYPL
Fellow Garrett Mayberry and delegate Motheo Mtimkulu discuss the 2016 Southern Africa delegation
Voices of the Fellowship: Empty Stocking Fund
Mari Tanabe discusses Empty Stocking Fund which provides resources to 20 health and human service agencies in the Pikes Peak region.
Career Lessons from a 10-Year-Old
Our childish visions, while often imaginative, are excellent building blocks. Very few people go on to become their fifth-grade daydream. With any luck, however, that initial daydream sets us on a positive course. Let me emphasize I am not at El Pomar today because I wanted to be a marine biologist…
Adaptive Leadership at the SLE Retreat
El Pomar Fellow Abby Pearson captures moments of learning and reflection at this fall's Student Leadership Retreat
The Fellowship Call
Regional Reflections: Healthy Living in the San Juans
"In a land of jagged peaks, open farmland, and arid desert, it's hard to question how the San Juan region boasts such hardy people." Read about Regional Fellow Trevor Zalkind's recent trip to the San Juan Region.
Collaboration and a Hubcap
Imagine you are trapped in your car, overnight, in the midst of a forty degree below zero blizzard. Which item is most important for your survival: hubcaps, a knife, or beef jerky?