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Collaboration

Collaboration

Guardian Scholars has been successful because of great collaboration and the creation of strategic partnerships. My Future Pathways will use collaboration as its main focus in Providing A Helping Hand for a Positive Pathway. Below are our Key Collaboration Partners, We want to add to this list of Partners.

Eagle Valley Behavioral Health - Chris Lindley, Executive Director

EVBH is our primary partner in all our programs and collaboration.

Phil Qualman, Superintendent, Eagle County Schools.

We are active in the Middle and High Schools mentoring and teaching life skills for students and parents.

Colorado Mountain College Marc Brennan - Vice President and Campus Dean

We have 17 MFP students working on a certificate or AA Degree and also we support the Mental Health needs of CMC Edwards students.

Bright Future Foundation, Alma DeLara – Social Worker/MSW Candidate, Sheri Mintz, CEO

We support the capital campaign of the Bright Future Foundation to provide a much needed safe haven for families in transition, and also support Alma with a scholarship to help fund her Master of Social Work degree at University of Denver.

Hope Center Carrie Benway
– Executive Director

We are working with Hope Center to provide the badly needed social and emotional support to the youth in our community.

Guardian Scholars Julie Papa Keith, Executive Director

We collaborate very closely with Guardian Scholars in the student interview process, mentoring and supporting scholarships at both Colorado Mountain College and Colorado Mesa University. Julie and Bratzo are a great team creating Positive Pathways.

Eagle Valley Community Foundation: Mike Rushmore, Founder - Susie Davis, Executive Director

We collaborate with Susie and her team supporting local identified gaps where we can provide a Helping Hand for Positive Pathways.

Community Leader (Guardian Scholars/ My Future Pathways), Don Remey

Don is CFO of MFP and takes his fiduciary responsibility of donor funds to the highest level of accountably.

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