Colorado Succeeds

SyncUp Colorado Offers $5 Million Prize Pool for Breakthrough Solutions for Young Coloradans to Pursue Meaningful Careers

Workforce Design Challenge Brings Employers, Educators, and Nonprofits Together Media Contact: Danielle Montoya, 505-573-3337,  DENVER, Colo., April 8, 2021— ZOMALAB, in partnership with the Colorado Governor’s Office, Colorado Succeeds, Colorado Thrives, SemperVirens, Skillful a Markle initiative, and Strada Education

Madison Knapp

Yampa Valley School Districts Awarded $1M RISE Grant

DENVER – The school districts of Hayden and South Routt have been awarded a $1,050,500 Response, Innovation, and Student Equity (RISE) grant from Governor Polis’ Emergency Education Relief Fund. These Northwest Colorado districts are addressing their economic and educational equity

Diane Metzger

Colorado Businesses Urge YES Vote on Tobacco and Vape Tax Ballot Measure

Media Note: Photos, video and other editorial material is available by request. Colorado Succeeds leadership and business members are available for media appearances and interviews by contacting Colorado Succeeds, a network of over 100 businesses from across the state

Diane Metzger

Programs in Colorado that Model Agility in Education Considered for $120,000 in Prize Money

Colorado Succeeds announces 12 finalists for The Succeeds Prize, the most prestigious award recognizing Colorado educators developing agile learners and systems  Six winners will receive $15,000 and six runners-up will receive $5,000 to support their innovative programming   Winners will be announced at a televised event in September.  

Erin Parks

Homegrown Talent Initiative Brings Community MembersTogether

The Homegrown Talent Initiative has brought together hundreds of community members as the 8 participants have hosted a number of meetings to build a graduate profile and design new programs. HTI is rooted deeply in the context of local community

Erin Parks

Homegrown Talent Initiative in the News

The Homegrown Talent Initiative is gaining momentum as communities begin to rally more students, parents, business partners, and educators to create more opportunities for career-connected learning and develop their graduate profiles.  HTI is rooted deeply in the context of local