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Brad Revare

$95 million Federal Stimulus: Invest in Learners and Workforce Development

The statewide Student Success and Workforce Revitalization Task Force created by HB21-1330 last year, has provided its final recommendations to the legislature. Colorado Succeeds applauds the 1330 Commission’s findings and report as a roadmap to Colorado becoming the most economically competitive and talent-rich

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

Educators & Business Ignite Entrepreneurship in Northern Colorado

Earlier this month, Colorado Succeeds teamed up with the OtterCares Foundation and MindSpark Learning to host NoCO IgnitED, a two-day immersive event focused on educators  and industry partners collaborating to spark entrepreneurship in education. Over 100 attendees from five school

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

Diane Metzger

What Is Seat Time?

Education is critical to ensuring life-long success for students. Over the years, various requirements have been developed for school districts that are meant to ensure that every student is on track for learning. One such requirement – seat time – has had important implications for how students