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Michael C. Hinckley-Gordon

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Board Member

Phone: (207) ***-****  
Local Address:  Maine , United States
Maine Academy of Natural Sciences
16 Prescott Drive
Hinckley , Maine 04944
United States

Company Description: The Maine Academy of Natural Sciences (MeANS) opened in September 2011 as Maine's first high school to focus on the natural sciences. MeANS includes day students...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • University of Maine at Farmington
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Maine Academy of Natural Sciences > Faculty > Faculty Bios, 24 Aug 2014 [cached]
Michael Hinckley-Gordon- Director of Campus Life and College Step Up
Michael is the former Director of Special Projects for Good Hill-Hinckley. He was instrumental in the successful completion of projects spanning the organization. Michael directed Good Will-Hinckley's Independent Living Programs for fifteen and a half years and managed Good Will-Hinckley's Community Based Group Homes Program. Michael continues to be active in addressing homelessness in Maine, particularly the needs of homeless youth. ichael lives in Benton, Maine with his wife Lorene and daughter Michaela. Michael coaches girl's basketball, soccer and track & field at Lawrence High School. Michael is employed at the Maine Academy of Natural Sciences as Director of Campus Life and College Step-Up and is a graduate of the University of Maine at Farmington.
"These courts had been unusable for ..., 15 Oct 2014 [cached]
"These courts had been unusable for several years," said Michael Hinckley-Gordon, Director of Campus Life at Good Will-Hinckley, in the release.
Good Will-Hinckley Youth Celebrate National Family Week, 30 Oct 2006 [cached]
Contact: Independent Living Program Director Michael Hinckley-Gordon at 207-238-4306
Good Will-Hinckley Youth Celebrate National Family Week
Michael Hinckley-Gordon, director of the Independent Living Program, says participation in National Family Week makes perfect sense to the organization and its youth."Everyone at Good Will-Hinckley, whether staff, volunteer, donor, alumni, or current youth is part of a lifelong thread that creates a sense of home," he said.
Hinckley-Gordon, who oversees the program, attests to its meeting the needs of youth who have experienced considerable chaos, trauma, or the abuse and neglect which directly links to homelessness."In Independent Living, young people get the knowledge to cope with family relationships or their lack," he said."They learn to handle personal and social problems in an adequate manner, and by the time they leave us, have less need of support services and assistance."When that time comes, Hinckley-Gordon added, youth are ready to contribute the community and society at large.
The second activity of the week is a family-style Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday, November 23.The dinner is a special invitation to the youngest of GWH alumni, recent graduates who either have no family of origin or have yet to form their own families.Hinckley-Gordon said the idea for this dinner came from older GWH alumni who now have established their own families."The older alumni wanted to make sure recent graduates did not spend the Holidays alone," he said."They understand connections count, consider Good Will-Hinckley a home in their hearts, and were looking out for their own."Hinckley-Gordon added the activity speaks volumes to the current youth who live at GWH."They know in a couple of years they themselves may be coming back for Thanksgiving, so they go out of their way to make all young alumni feel welcome."
Funding for the new Hall Cottage comes from the Maine State Housing Authority.National Family Week is sponsored by The Annie E. Casey Foundation.GWH is on Route 201, off I-95 Exit 133, and on the web at more information on the Hall Cottage Open House, the public may reach Hinckley-Gordon at 207-238-4306 or e-mail
Good Will-Hinckley > About GWH > Senior Administration, 14 Dec 2013 [cached]
Michael Hinckley-Gordon- Director of Campus Life and College Step Up (Email Michael)
Michael C. ..., 16 Jan 2010 [cached]
Michael C. Hinckley-Gordon Michael is the Director of Special Projects and at for Good Will-Hinckley. He is an experienced leader in providing services for older teens. Michael has been very active in the development of a statewide Competency Based Assessment tool to help youth care workers measure life skills among older teens. He has also participated in focus groups for the development of a similar tool on a national scale. As a member of the Bridge to Independence Project, Michael has been engaged in the task of developing an Independent Living Program to serve young adults between the ages of 22 to 25. He also currently serves on the State Wide Homeless Council and State of Maine's Region Two Homeless Council that address youth homelessness.
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