Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Leadership Luncheon - Colorado Mentoring Summit - We are proud to be a sponsor of this important event advancing youth mentoring in Colorado

Be a part of the Corporate Network in Colorado that is creating a mentoring movement to increase the number of quality mentoring relationships for young people!

The 2017 Colorado Mentoring Summit will feature a Leadership Luncheon that will engage corporate and nonprofit leaders in a keynote presentation, discussions and networking opportunities that explores the progress, future and value of joining the mentoring movement for young people.

Individual Tickets Now Available

Keynote Speaker: Dave Stalls
Learning to Walk

Dave Stalls graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a B.A. in zoology and chemistry, and has traversed a variety of occupations and industries including 9 seasons of pro football with the Superbowl Champion Dallas Cowboys and Superbowl Champion Los Angeles Raiders.  After football he worked in marine biology, veterinary medicine, investment banking, professional public speaking, telecommunications, recreation management, and nonprofit youth development. 

Dave Stalls will share highlights of his career as a professional athlete and in youth development and will discuss ways to walk toward a more inspiring life and meaningful company.

Click here to read more about Dave.

Honoring Mayor Michael B. Hancock with
a National Recognition as a Mayor for Mentoring 

Michael B. Hancock is Denver's 45th mayor. During his time in office, Mayor Hancock and his administration have eliminated the city’s budget deficit, fostered a diverse economy and restored much needed services that were lost during the recession. With a drive toward increasing opportunity for every resident, he has prioritized innovative solutions to investing in increasing mobility options, affordable housing and services for the homeless; supporting economic mobility, entrepreneurs and small businesses; and making government work smarter for residents. Most notably to the mentoring movement in Colorado, Mayor Hancock has been a key advocate for children and youth, supported mentoring agencies at numerous events and lead the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative in Denver. Prior to becoming mayor, he served on the Denver City Council for eight years and was President of the Metro Denver Urban League.

 Founded by the passion and vision of a number of grassroots mentoring organizations in Colorado, Mentor Colorado leads initiatives that will strengthen communities through mentoring.  Whether mentoring programs are impacting violence prevention, improving academic performance or developing career readiness, the research supports what we intuitively know, mentoring works.  To amplify the impact of mentoring, Mentor Colorado supports the growth and development of over 60 mentoring agencies throughout the state resulting in greater collaboration, more high-quality mentoring programs, better use of resources, and most importantly, more young people matched in quality mentoring relationships.



For more information on the Colorado Mentoring Summit click here

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