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Flash back six months. There I was, the brand new intern wandering the halls of my new office building. I had just gotten hired to help with the Schools and Outdoor Learning Environments (SOLE) program, a beautiful and rewarding piece of the CPW Education Department. Put simply, my primary job was to get 4th graders and their families outside. The SOLE program reaches thousands of students throughout the state, providing them with field trips, educational programming, and fun events called Family Nature Nights.Read more »
As younger generations become increasingly over-screened on technology and over-structured in their daily lives, it is more important now than ever to inspire active physical play and outdoor learning by providing quality parks for our youth.Read more »
There’s a lot of fanfare around grant awards, but what happens after the ceremonial checks are presented, the reporters have published their articles, and the interviews are over? Our grantees get down to business.Read more »
Hunter Rush joined GOCO as our communications intern in June, and we're thrilled to have him on board this summer. Hunter joins Rosemary Dempsey, GOCO Director of Communications, and Laura Cardon, GOCO Communications Coordinator, to round out our marketing and communications efforts.
What did you do before you came to GOCO?Read more »
These free workshops will cover grant application writing for GOCO’s Local Parks and Outdoor Recreation (LPOR) and mini LPOR grant programs. This schedule will be updated as event details are finalized.
RSVP is required through Evite. Click on a location name to RSVP for that workshop. You do not need an Evite account to RSVP.Read more »