On July 23-24, the CWDC hosted the Reenvisioning Retail 2020 conference for more than 150 individuals from business, education, workforce, community-based organizations, and more.
The CWDC is proud to partner with the CDLE Office of the Future of Work to present the second installment of the Talent Development Playbook: The Agile Employer.
The Colorado 2020-2023 WIOA State Plan went into effect on July 1, 2020.
There is still time to register for Reenvisioning Retail 2020 taking place on July 23-24. Register now to secure your spot for this interactive virtual convening.
The CWDC is hosting the first virtual discussion about the Talent Development Playbook on July 30 at 2 p.m. as part of Talent Development Thursdays. The webinar will help businesses learn how to leverage the strategies in the playbook that best meet their needs, with a focus on the playbook content released in June and July.
The CWDC is pleased to announce grant awards to four communities committed to implementing the Thriving Work-based Learning Community model.
The CWDC and CDLE Office of the Future of Work partnered with three businesses to develop case studies exploring the transition to remote work for a small, medium, and large business.
The CWDC added career pathways in the behavioral health industry to My Colorado Journey in June. The behavioral health pathways include opportunities in counseling, therapy, social work, psychology, psychiatry, and psychiatric nursing.
The CWDC is excited to announce the launch of the new Talent Development Playbook to help businesses hire, train, and keep talented employees.
Earlier this month the Colorado State Youth Council (SYC) awarded six organizations with Tech Bridge grants to increase access to technology for Colorado youth.