Join us on June 3-4 for a virtual convening to support the development of high-quality work-based learning experiences in K-12 environments and to learn about promising practices from across the state.
The CWDC and partners have collaborated in the launch of new remote work certificate courses for employees and supervisors.
The CWDC is excited to announce a new round of grants for active sector partnerships to support the sustainability of sector partnerships as an approach to economic recovery and industry stabilization. Applications are due by April 28.
The TalentFOUND glossary, which includes key terms related to talent development, has been updated on the CWDC website. These definitions are approved annually by the Governor's Education and Workforce Cabinet Working Group members.
Colorado was selected as one of 10 states for the National Governors Association's inaugural Workforce Innovation Network. The Colorado cohort includes partners from the CWDC, CDLE, CDHS, CDHE, and the Governor's Office.
Registration is now open for Reenvisioning Retail 2021. We hope you will join us April 14-16 for this no cost, interactive virtual convening. Register now to secure your spot -- all sessions will be limited to the first 300 registrants.
The CWDC is providing coaching and action planning for implementing talent equity strategies for organizations in four stakeholder groups: education, workforce and economic development, community-based organizations, and business/industry.
Registration is now open for the inaugural Colorado Virtual Career Fair on April 19-22. The CWDC State Youth Council is searching for career panelists, youth attendees, parents, and educators for the event.
The CWDC added career pathways in the public health industry to My Colorado Journey this month. The public health pathways include opportunities in public health, environmental health, and administration, and were developed in partnership with the Trailhead Institute, the Colorado Public Health Workforce Collaborative, and other state agency partners.
In 2018, the CWDC released $350,000 in grants to Colorado’s local workforce areas to scale a promising practice or test a new model of service delivery that maximizes efficiency in serving customers. Three local workforce areas received Workforce Innovation Grants, and these resources highlight the innovative practices developed to help others replicate the successful practices.