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
Four years after it was signed into law by Governor Hickenlooper, the pilot is now more commonly known as the Career Development Incentive Program (CDIP). Over three years, the program has received requests for nearly 16,000 eligible incentives earned by students.
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 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
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDecember 12, 2019Erin ParksManager of CommunicationsEparks@coloradosucceeds.org720-432-9653 ORGANIZATIONS COMBINE EFFORTS TO LAUNCH HOMEGROWN TALENT INITIATIVECommunity-Led Development of Innovative Learning Pathways Takes Root in Rural Colorado Denver, CO – December 12, 2019 – Imagine families, schools, businesses, and higher education
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Redefining the School Day in Colorado:162 School Districts Eligible for Innovative Learning Opportunities Pilot Program Denver, CO – November 13, 2019— Building on research from the Colorado Roadmap to Work-Based Learning, Colorado Succeeds convened key education stakeholders
The Career Explore and CTE programs are giving students new hope for their future. Learn more about how public/private partnerships are driving work-based learning in Fort Lupton, Colorado.
The 2019 PIE Network Summit Encourages Organizations to Go Deeper Great men throughout history have exclaimed that “there is more that unites us than divides us.” This message has been used both as a rallying cry toward a new era of
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Erin Parks, Manager of Communications Colorado Succeeds (720) 432-9653 EParks@coloradosucceeds.org COLORADO SCHOOLS AND EDUCATORS AWARDED $150,000 FOR SERVING AS MODELS IN THE STATE Business, Education and Government Leaders Gathered to Celebratethe Agility in Education Movement DENVER – September 20, 2019
Colorado Succeeds received more than 50 applications from schools and district administrators across the state to compete for the $15,000 prize for demonstrating Excellence in Education. Guided by the Vision 2030 Framework, all programs had to stack-up against the critical