St. Vrain student at the Innovation Center

Expand Work-Based Learning via the Career Success Program

Colorado students need to be prepared for our state’s growing, middle-skill jobs, from healthcare to IT to advanced manufacturing.

The Career Success Program, a two-year pilot originally designed in 2016, provides school districts with $1,000 bonus funding per student who completes industry credentials, work-based learning experiences, or Computer Science AP courses.

Check out these success stories from year one of the program. Click here to learn more about the Career Success Program.

It’s time to expand this program so more students can benefit!

Career Success Program Infographic Colorado Succeeds

Jamie Trafficanda

Manager of Communications and Programs
Colorado Succeeds