Colorado Succeeds

Colorado Succeeds Expands Focus into Higher Education

Preschool to Postsecondary: Colorado Succeeds Expands Impact, Releases Report Showing Significant Gaps, Opportunities in Postsecondary and Career Success for Coloradans New team members bring expertise and experience to support expanded workstream  Colorado Succeeds is proud to announce the expansion of

Rachel Van Brocklin

ForceNow is Developing the Next Generation of Cybersecurity Experts

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and Colorado Succeeds is proud to work in partnership with industry-leading businesses investing in creating impactful, in-demand career-connected learning opportunities for Colorado learners.   To learn more about this critical topic, we sat down with cybersecurity

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Full Circle: The Story of Two Families and The Succeeds Prize 

In this piece we catch up with Richard Herbst, a Colorado Succeeds board member and President of TTEC Foundation. Richard passionately recounts his story with the Azimis, an Afghan refugee family in Denver. Richard also tells how his involvement with The

Kelly Caufield

Kelly Caufield Reflects on Six Years at Colorado Succeeds

After nearly six years at Colorado Succeeds, I am departing onto the next adventure with excitement as Common Sense Institute’s new Colorado Executive Director. But, with any transition, it’s important to reflect on the many accomplishments achieved as part of

Brad Revare

Community of Practice on Work-Based Learning

Colorado Succeeds has wrapped up its first year of the Community of Practice around Work-Based Learning! If the first few conversations are any indication, we are just getting started. The Community of Practice arose from a problem. There is no

Ashley Andersen

Business Member Highlights: April 2021

Every month, we bring you new member announcements and core value shout outs to highlight the incredible work being done by our business network to ensure all of Colorado’s kids have access to a game-changing educational experience, and all of

Brad Revare

HomeAdvisor Report Uncovers Need for Career-Connected Learning

Employees in the skilled trades, like home service professionals, are shown to experience high job satisfaction and career growth, and they are considered a vital part of the U.S. economy. However, these industries are facing a shortage of qualified workers.

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Letter to Colleagues – The Courage to Address Systemic Inequity

Written by Mike Miles, CEO at Third Future Schools and Former Superintendent of Dallas ISD Even before COVID-19 we knew that our public education system was inequitable. On the whole, poor and minority students did not receive the same opportunities