Colorado West Land Trust entered the Good Jobs Pilot in the fall of 2022 with the hopes of improving their recruitment and retention and assessing their competitiveness against other nonprofits and for-profit businesses.
More than 500 bills passed by the end of the 2023 legislative session in May. The CWDC tracked more than 70 of those bills. The Governor had until June 7 to sign or veto the remaining bills that passed at the end of the session.
The CWDC will be providing grants from $30,000 and up to $300,000 in funding to 501(c)3 organizations to expand or launch training programs for workforce development.
Career Coaching Collaborative helps student, food truck entrepreneur discover pathways beyond high school
Bryssa, who started her first food truck when she was in the 10th-grade, is one of nearly 900 Coloradans who have received career coaching services by the Career Coaching Collaborative.
The CWDC is providing financial incentives of up to $50,000 in grant funding to small businesses to expand administrative support for launching new or expanding existing Registered Apprenticeship Programs (RAPs).
Workforce and economic development go hand in hand to drive growth and create thriving communities, and as we celebrate Economic Development Week, we recognize the interconnectedness of our work.
FirstLight Home Care entered the CWDC’s Good Jobs Pilot to improve their recruitment and retention of quality workers and increase employee engagement.
The CWDC will be presenting during the EDCC's Regional Economic Development Forum on May 10 in the session “Harnessing the Green Energy Movement.”
A focus on job quality helps bring a Colorado Springs art studio out of the pandemic.
The CWDC is offering five technical assistance (TA) modules this upcoming Spring/Summer to provide training and support to our talent development network partners.