Our podcast, Membership Matters, features various businesses within the SCWCC.
Take a listen to learn about what they do, what they can offer, and how they can help your business!
If you’d like to share about your business, please apply here for a future season!
The Southern Colorado Women’s of Commerce introduces our new Members-Only, No-Edit podcast! This podcast was created for our members to share their expertise with the business community in a casual, conversational style that allows people to learn about you and your business!
SCWCC Members: Apply for consideration to be our next podcast feature: bit.ly/SCWCCpodcast
Meet Judy Cara, Executive Director with Friends of the Children in Colorado Springs.
Friends of the Children – Colorado Springs is part of a national network of Friends of the Children chapters across the United States. Friends of the Children connects children – all of whom have unique talents – to a paid, professional mentor called a Friend. Listen to how their mentorship is different from other programs, and learn about their newest program, Tales for Tails!
Their model is distinct, courageous, and proven. They have redefined youth mentoring by creating the first and only long-term professional mentoring program in the country, serving children from as early as age 4 through high school graduation. Friends are experts in building sustained and nurturing relationships with youth. Their model is evidence-informed and research-based, and they have proven long-term outcomes to show it works.
Learn more about Friends of the Children at: https://friendscoloradosprings.org/
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