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This is Crystalynn and Shania. They have been matched for almost 2 and a half years. They both have very busy schedules but have made time for each other. Shania will be graduating this year and is looking forward to joining the National Gaurd. Here is what they have learned from each other and how…Continue Reading Mentor Match: Crystalynn & Shania
This is Shelley and Madajah. They have been matched for almost 6 months. Listen to what they have to say about the importance of mentoring. Mentor Match Mentor Match Posted by Facebook on Friday, December 5, 2014Continue Reading Mentor Match: Shelley & Madaja
Phillip and Drew have been matched for just over 6 months. Drew loves sending time with Phillip and learning from him. They have enjoyed going hiking, learning archery, doing woodworking, and volunteering at the Overthrust Gun Rang.Continue Reading Mentor Match: Phillip & Drew
Angela and Kristina have been matched for over 6 months. Angela enjoys the time with her Mentor. She enjoys learning new and exciting things, she has enjoyed going and exploring what opportunities will be available for her for college and the future, there is much to the program that Angela has really appreciated and has…Continue Reading Mentor Match: Angela & Kristina
Looking back at your journey, think about the people who helped shape your growth. Chances are, you’re thinking about your mentors – the individuals who helped you pursue and achieve your goals through support, counsel, and encouragement. Mentoring, at its core, guarantees young people that there is someone who cares about them, assures them they…Continue Reading Who Are Your Mentors?
Custodian Holly Cordary hadn’t anticipated being a custodian for longer than her temporary placement through the State Hospital and Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) to gain work experience through the B.O.C.E.S….. 14 years ago. “When she first came here and said ‘Hi’ to us she had her head down, and now she will make eye…Continue Reading 14 Years and Going Strong!
Recently I attended a conference and had the opportunity to enjoy dinner with two strangers. Throughout the dinner, one of the strangers began to ask questions about our families, careers, challenges, and joys in life. We shared our past successes and struggles, learning the depth of each other’s trials, accomplishments, and strength. By the time…Continue Reading The Value Of Your Story
Somewhere I read the story of starfish thrower who would walk along the beach throwing stranded starfish back into the ocean. Someone approached him and said, what you are doing will not make a difference as there are thousands of them stranded on the beach. The man picked up another starfish and threw it back…Continue Reading UCBLN is “Making a Difference”
By Toni Bradford The Uinta County Business Leadership Network has made a tremendous impact on educating the community on all the possibilities of hiring people with or without disabilities. I would like to take a moment and tell you about an employee we are lucky enough to have at Aspen Grove Nursery. Tom Anson has worked for us…Continue Reading About Tom Anson