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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

Erin Kerr

Path4Ward: Building Bridges from High School to College and Career

The 2021 passage of the Successful High School Transitions Bill (SB21-106) moved Colorado closer to blurring the lines between high school, postsecondary education, and career by introducing Path4Ward: Early High School Graduate Innovation Program. In Colorado about 770 students are

Colorado Succeeds

Employers Advocate for Work-Based Learning Incentives

Work-based learning is a win-win for Colorado learners and businesses; providing opportunities for students to gain real world experience and connect their classroom learning to future careers, and developing talent pipelines for businesses looking to fill in-demand jobs.   Introduced earlier

Ashley Andersen

Post-Secondary and Business Leaders Convene to Discuss Future of Higher Ed

In 2021, the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE) received $95M in federal stimulus dollars as a one-time cash infusion to bolster the state’s higher education system. Shortly thereafter, the state legislature empowered a taskforce of education and industry leaders from

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, dmontoya@zomalab.com  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