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  • November Mentor in the Spotlight: Nicole Taranto

    CAP Mentor at: Bozeman High School CAP Match for: 2 years “Nicole is always smiling and in a positive mood when she shows up for CAP! She makes CAP fun for her student and also pushes her student to be the best she can!  Nicole is an amazing role model and in so glad that…

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  • Thrive Mentoring: A Story of Community

    Written by Maria Malloy, Youth Programs Manager at Thrive.  Article also published in Montana Parent Magazine (October, 2017 Edition.) Where did the word mentor first come from? The word first appeared in the Greek poet Homer’s Odyssey tale.  When Odysseus, the king, goes to fight in the Trojan War, he puts the care of his son…

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  • Thrive at School

    Written by Anna Redbond Summer vacation has come and gone, and somehow we’re already back to the school routine, with early morning scrambles to get lunches ready and school bags packed. The start of a school year always comes with a transition or two, whether that be a new teacher, a new school or even…

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  • Girls on the Run is so Much (Family) Fun!

    Written by Maura Riley, Thrive’s Girls for a Change and Girls on the Run Assistant.  I can’t imagine how difficult it must be for today’s young girls to navigate this crazy world. Every friend they make, picture they post, status they update, and joke they laugh at is judged and scrutinized by everyone around them.…

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  • Adolescents and Autonomy

    If it feels like your child has been moving away from you from the moment they were born, it’s because they have. We nurture them, comfort them, keep them safe, teach them how to be in the world and they take all these wonderful gifts and use them to grow and go. And that’s what…

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