By Morgan McKinnon, MFF Fellow Under the shade of a Magnolia Tree sits a worn-down little house now named Magnolia Manor. When walking around the property with some of the Morgan Franklin Fellowship (MFF) team, Mr. Morgan, the organization’s founder, stopped and... Read more
By Lyndsey Ducharme: MFF Fellow & Mom of Twins “Community service helps better the city you live and work in, as well as gives you an opportunity to create both personal and professional relationships. Relationships create options.” That is what I learned... Read more
MFF Virtual Learning Series When: July 16th, 9:00-11:00 am Panelists: Jefferson Guild, Field Operations Manager at Liberty Utilities Marc Lussier, VP of Operations at GSSI Amy Chhom, Real Estate at Orbit Group Tina Sharby, Chief Human Resources Officer, Easterseals NH... Read more
By: Dylan Webb, MFF Fellow During my time learning with the Morgan Franklin Fellowship Program, I learned a lot of things that are very important and vital to my success later in life, such as how to spend money effectively, how to create a budget, and a lot more.... Read more
By: Lyndsey Ducharme, MFF Fellow & Mom of Twins When I think about money I always feel anxious, uncomfortable and like I am never ever, ever going to get ahead. In order to tackle a fear or obstacle, figuring out where the fear comes from, at least for me, is... Read more
By: Lyndsey Ducharme, MFF Fellow & Mom of Twins Well It happened. They cancelled school until at least May 4th, and let’s be honest, who is holding their breath that they are going back this year. Talk about a game changer. This turns my world upside down.... Read more
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