July 13, 2020 - The Colorado Workforce Development Council is pleased to announce grant awards to four communities committed to implementing the Thriving Work-based Learning Community model. These capacity-building grants will provide financial support to enable collaboration across business, workforce development, education, and economic development.
With these funds, communities will leverage work-based learning strategies to stabilize and scale high-quality training opportunities to address local workforce challenges. The grantees will participate in a year-long Work-based Learning Lab community of practice to share solutions to common work-based learning challenges and accelerate their work-based learning initiatives.
Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Thriving Work-based Learning Community Grantees:
- Larimer County Economic and Workforce Development - $64,200
- Adams County Education Consortium - $50,000
- Estes Park School District - $5,996
- Mapleton Public Schools - $24,300
To learn more about the Work-based Learning Lab or the 2020-2021 Thriving Work-based Learning Community Grantees, please contact Paula Gumina at email@example.com.