Amy Marino

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More than Teachers — Mentors

“My instructors were extremely passionate about the courses they were teaching. The leadership skills and sense of place I developed through CMC play an integral role in my work. I now see those educators as more than just teachers, I consider them mentors for life.”

Amy Marino graduated from the Outdoor Education program in 2009 and transferred to Prescott College, where she earned a bachelor’s degree. She is now pursuing a master’s degree through CSU at the Walking Mountains Science Center, with the help of a National Science Educator Fellowship. She works as a program coordinator for the Vail Youth Foundation.