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Follow our news, updates and other adventures… all published by the Thrive team.

  • Grow Your Daydreams at this Year’s Girls for a Change Summit

        Written by Greta Moore, Girls for a Change Program Coordinator at Thrive.  Article also published in Montana Parent Magazine (January 2018 Edition.) When I was a teenager, like most, I had no idea what life would look like beyond the concrete walls of high school. Though my school was relatively inclusive and representative…

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  • January Mentor in the Spotlight 2: Krista Dicomitis

    CAP Mentor at: Bozeman High School CAP Match for: 2 years! Krista is one of those mentors that makes a big difference in her student’s life.  She is dependable, caring, and influential.  She is always prepared for her hour with her student and makes the most of it!  Last week she even brought in her own…

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  • January Mentor in the Spotlight: Stewart Mohr

    CAP Mentor at: Sacajawea Middle School CAP Match for: 6 years! “Stew is such a devoted, caring and amazing mentor! Each week he comes to his meetings with open arms and an open mind, willing to jump in wherever his student needs him. He has been known in the past to mentor an entire classroom…

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  • November Thriver of the Month: Libby Hansen

    What Thrivers say about our Thriver of the month, Libby:  “Libby is pretty much the best. Not only is the funniest Thriver around she is also a super hard worker who always seems willing to step up on take on extra responsibilities. Most recently Libby volunteered to coach a GOTR team, offer an extra workshop…

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  • The Importance of Games

    Written by Maria Malloy, Youth Programs Manager at Thrive.  Article also published in Montana Parent Magazine (November, 2017 Edition.) “Let’s play a game,” is a phrase that brings smiles to so many faces. Games are a fundamental way that humans interact and learn. They provide so many benefits for people of all interests and abilities.…

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