The annual Talent Pipeline Report, released on Dec. 13, details opportunities to better meet needs of employers, job seekers, workers, and learners.
Four new appointments and two reappointments have been made to the Colorado Workforce Development Council (CWDC) by the Governor.
In fall of 2021, the CWDC Sector Steering Committee requested an external evaluation of Colorado’s sector strategy to ensure effectiveness as Colorado works proactively towards economic recovery and improving outcomes for employers, learners, and workers now and into the future.
CWDC Announces $500,000 Grant from Walmart to Strengthen Paths to Economic Prosperity for All Coloradans
The CWDC announced a $500,000 grant from Walmart in support of Colorado's Advancing Individual Ownership of Assets and Career Determination initiative.
The 2022 Talent Pipeline Report will be published on December 13. The report examines the current issues impacting talent in all parts of Colorado.
The 2022 Rocky Mountain Workforce Development Association (RMWDA) Conference took place in Vail on Oct. 17-20.
In an effort to streamline training and support offered through the CWDC to our talent development network partners, the CWDC is offering seven technical assistance (TA) modules this upcoming winter and spring.
The CWDC is excited to welcome Erin Young to the team as our new Employer Coach. In this role, Erin serves as the staff authority for coaching and business consulting practices that strengthen the supply of quality jobs in the state.
The CWDC State Youth Council sponsored 14 scholarships for students age 18-25 to attend the Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council's 2022 Annual Behavioral Health Training Conference.
In honor of Workforce Development Month, the CWDC and its partners are launching a campaign to encourage employers to participate in its no-cost Good Jobs Pilot.