The CWDC is excited to announce the launch of the Winter/Spring 2021 Technical Assistance Modules. These modules have been created in an effort to streamline technical assistance offered through the CWDC to our talent development network partners.
The CWDC is pleased to announce the publication of the 2020 Colorado Talent Equity Agenda. The agenda makes the case for targeting resources, raising awareness, and accelerating shared strategies to close racial economic disparities in the state and measure the results.
The final week of Workforce Development Month in Colorado is focused on the industries especially impacted by the pandemic, including retail, hospitality, tourism, and food and beverage services. Learn more about free resources to upskill, reskill, and redeploy displaced workers.
The third week of Workforce Development Month in Colorado is focused on apprenticeships and their value to Colorado students, workers, and employers.
The CWDC has announced a new round of Bridge & Growth grant funds totaling $326,000. Active sector partnerships in Colorado are eligible to apply for this grant.
Do you know an apprentice, mentor, employer, program, or partnership doing great work? Nominate them for the 2020 Colorado Apprenticeship Awards.
The CWDC is excited to announce the September release of the Talent Development Playbook: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, which focuses on how DEI practices can benefit businesses and workers.
The CWDC has announced a new round of retail sector partnership grant funds totaling $375,000. Active retail sector partnerships in Colorado are eligible to apply for this grant.
Hear from CWDC Managing Director Lee Wheeler-Berliner about the value of Colorado’s workforce system as well his recent conversation with local workforce directors on the Colorado Business Roundtable podcast.
Colorado is celebrating Workforce Development Month throughout September. This week’s topic, “Work in a Virtual World,” highlights the ways in which the world of work has shifted due to the pandemic as Colorado workers, job seekers, and employers have transitioned to working remotely.