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Ajamian finds his passion working for Early Colleges

26. June 2014

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Dan Ajamian had given up on education. During his college years in Philadelphia, he volunteered at an inner-city school, where the challenges were so daunting that he lost hope for the future of the system. But after returning to Colorado Springs and working for Keith King’s campaign in 2013 for Colorado Springs City Council, Ajamian’s […]

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Babcock rises quickly from CC to Peace Corps

24. June 2014

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Bridget Babcock isn’t your average young professional: In two years since graduating from Colorado College, she has traveled the world working multiple jobs. But the 24-year-old Wisconsin native said opportunities and experiences in the Springs’ nonprofit sector have been invaluable to her development. Now working as a program coordinator for the Center for Creative Leadership […]

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Longtime resident enjoys selling real estate in Woodland Park

13. June 2014

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Family man Shawn Keehn is deeply rooted in the community of Woodland Park, where he grew up and now is raising his own daughter. Keehn, 39, has worked as a Coldwell Banker real estate agent in Teller County for 13 years and says those roots have gotten him far. He also serves on the board […]

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After education elsewhere, Armstrong is happy at the FAC

6. June 2014

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Although Joy Armstrong spent the first chunk of her life in other parts of the country, Colorado Springs is the place the artist — along with her artsy family — calls home. Armstrong, 36, has always shown a healthy interest in the arts, first in performing and later visual. After graduating from the University of […]

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