Colorado Succeeds believes that educators can provide students with a greater sense of purpose through career-connected learning – where relevancy and interests for students can be fostered and grow.
The annual business and education delegation from Colorado Succeeds landed in San Diego, CA in early October to learn from the county’s innovative school and workforce practices. Over 30 business and civic leaders from Colorado Succeeds joined staff and guest
Our education system was created for a different time and now we must explore how to transform it for a new era – the age of agility. Listen to the full keynote from the Great Schools are Good Business breakfast
Every year, Colorado Succeeds brings together members and their colleagues, policymakers, and partners to share our progress and hear from top leaders who have a pulse on how our education system must evolve. View the highlights below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfJ5bjWyJE0 Click here
Every year, Colorado Succeeds brings together members and their colleagues, policymakers, and partners to share our progress and hear from top leaders who have a pulse on how our education system must evolve. Opening our program with a brief overview
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Agility Delegation Trip to Bay Area, CA Yields Ideas, Inspiration Silicon Valley is America’s epicenter of innovation. That is why Colorado Succeeds organized a delegation of Colorado business leaders to travel there in late November to visit with education and
Colorado Succeeds connects our business members with high ROI opportunities that support schools and educators and improve learning experiences for students.
When Colorado Succeeds took 33 statewide business and civic leaders on a delegation visit to Tennessee last fall, our objective was to inspire the participants and prompt some new thinking.
As members of this organization, we know that the majority of Colorado’s kids aren’t prepared for Colorado’s jobs; I have seen this firsthand as the chief technology officer for Sage Hospitality.