Playworks AmeriCorps Coach of the Month: Coach Colin

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Coach Colin is serving his first year as an AmeriCorps member at Roosevelt Elementary in the Granite School District. Colin is passionate about play and helping the students at Roosevelt have a better experience at school. Colin brings his positive energy to school every day and we can’t wait to see the impact he makes this year!

Learn more about Coach Colin

What is your favorite game/sport?

Lacrosse, and action sports (biking,climbing, surfing).

How do you usually relax after a long day?

Yoga, a walk, and enjoying a nice meal.

What is your guilty pleasure?

The TV show “New Girl.”

Tell us two fun facts about yourself!

I tend to move places where I know no one and take a little while to feel out a group, but I love being around nice people.

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