The Buddy Program

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The Buddy Program
The Buddy Program is listed in the Youth Organizations category in Aspen, Colorado. Displayed below are the social networks for The Buddy Program which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of The Buddy Program on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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110 E Hallam St
Aspen, CO 81611
(970) 925-5717

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men·tor /ˈmenˌtôr,ˈmenˌtər/ noun 1. a wise and trusted friend and guide.

Yet ANOTHER Buddy pair for 2018! Big Buddy Quinn Donnelly and Brian...they were buddies in our School-based Program and are now joining our Community Program! Brian and Quinn plan to take Quinn’s dog Otis for a walk next week after school. Brian loves to play games and they look forward to bowling together soon. They put the MEN in MENTORING!! We need more Big Buddies in Aspen, Basalt and Carbondale. To get started, contact us at 970-920-2130 or LauraS@buddyprogram.org


Buddy Program teens, a great opportunity for you in your own back yard! Call our office with questions! fb.me/9uWINeT4N

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Buddy Program teens, a great opportunity for you in your own back yard! Call our office with questions!
The Aspen Institute offers its Teen Socrates Seminar each year over Presidents’ Day Weekend in Aspen, Colorado. Teens between the ages of 15-17 from the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond convene to take part in this transformational experience, and come away with a new perspective on their lives, their futures, and society. The three-day seminar is dedicated to enhancing leadership, problem solving, and critical thinking skills for high school students, in a setting conducive to thought and fellowship. Students are challenged to think more critically and deeply about their values and ideas, and those that make the good society. Our proven method of text-based dialogue offers participants a neutral forum in which to reflect on timeless human values, pursue common ground, and cultivate a richer understanding of the human condition. Participants emerge from the seminar with a new perspective as they confront the difficult choices of our ever-changing world. Each seminar convenes a diverse group of 23 students for lively, intensive roundtable discussions led by a skilled moderator. Classic and contemporary texts reflecting the breadth of human civilization form the starting points of a rich conversation in which the questions posed by the group are frequently as illuminating as the varied, timeless wisdom of the texts. Moderated in traditional Aspen Institute Socratic style, students read selections by such authors as Plato; Aristotle; Seneca; Mary Oliver; and Martin Luther King, Jr.; among others. Contact: Zoe Brown at 970.544.7935 or zoe.brown@aspeninst.org

Who Is A Mentor? The role is one of the most recognizable symbols in literature. Think Dumbledore from Harry Potter, Q from the James Bond series, Gandalf from Lord of the Rings, Yoda from Star Wars, Merlin from King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, Alfred from Batman, the list is very long. Even Mary Poppins is a mentor. Can YOU think of a mentor from literature? Shout it out! The Buddy Program is celebrating National Mentoring Month! Want to be somebody's Yoda or or Merlin? Contact us today to get started: LauraS@buddyprogram.org or call 970-920-2130.

Meet another new Buddy pair: Michele Murphy & Angelica in Aspen! They look forward to volunteering at the animal shelters around the valley and talking about their shared love of animals. For their first outing, they will take Michele’s dog for a walk and then go out to lunch in Aspen! Want to be a Big Buddy? Contact the Buddy Program at 970.920.2130 or LauraS@buddyprogram.org to get started! A Little Buddy is waiting...


Great coverage in Glenwood Post Independent today of our LEAD Program. Check out the article and the video!... fb.me/YtlWH1dX


We were so proud to get this quote from the Aspen Chamber executive committee: "In a resort community like... fb.me/6evdiqy2n


Meet our FIRST pair of 2018 - Brendan Collins and Evan. They plan to go rock climbing at the ARC for their first... fb.me/1Bb6Z8TKN


We are so thrilled to be a part of the first MentorCorps, AmeriCorps project in Colorado! Allie has been a... fb.me/2pxJbzsTf