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Community Partners

The strength of One91 Pathways comes from our more than 200 community partnerships and strong support of our students. 

Dr. Kathy Funston walking community partners through Burnsville High School on a tour

Partnership comes in many forms. We prioritize building relationships and trust with potential and current partners, and look for mutually beneficial goals to guide what we do together. 

Thank you to our committed partners, including the Bush Foundation, Bosch, Dakota Electric, Best Buy, the Greater Twin Cities United Way, Walser Automotive Group, Cities of Burnsville and Savage.

Made Stronger By Community Partnerships

Hear from community partners about their work with ISD 191 and the impact of partnerships. 

Partnership Stories

Nikki Rykhus
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  • Pathways & Partnerships

Nikki Rykhus’ journey as a musician, educator and mentor came full circle recently when Rykhus was named the executive director of Twin Cities Catalyst Music. The non-profit organization operates The Treasury in St. Paul and The Garage in Burnsville, music venues that provide music-based educational opportunities.

Read More about 191 experiences fuel love of music, education for new Garage executive director
students learn how to make flies for fly fishing
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  • Pathways & Partnerships

Minnesota Trout Unlimited — a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting, conserving and enhancing streams, rivers and lakes and their watersheds in Minnesota — visited Eagle Ridge Middle School to introduce students in science teacher Pat Mosey’s class the beautiful art of fly tying.

Read More about Science teacher Pat Mosey teams up with nonprofit to introduce students to fly tying and fishing  
Kaitlyn Palacios
  • Pathways & Partnerships

Kaitlyn Palacios, a full-time PSEO (post-secondary enrollment option) student at Burnsville High School (BHS), was selected to participate in an internship program through Genesys Works, a not-for-profit organization that helps high school students “break through barriers and discover through meaningful work experiences that they can succeed as professionals in the corporate world.” 

Read More about Internship helps BHS senior experience the corporate workplace

Partner With Us


Here are a few ways we partner with businesses: 

  • Guest speakers in classrooms
  • Field trips to business
  • Job shadows or mentorships
  • Donations of materials/supplies/funds
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