Work-Based Learning in Colorado – Guides for Business and Education

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In Peyton School District, students work with $800,000 worth of the latest high-tech woods machinery and equipment. In Denver Public Schools, hundreds of students participated in career training opportunities via the CareerConnect – CareerLaunch Internship Program in 2016. These are just two examples of the great work-based learning opportunities available to Colorado students.

While there are similar pockets of success statewide, we hear time and again, from both business and education, that they need a one-stop shop for launching work-based learning programs and building public-private partnerships. In response, we created one-page guides for business and education communities to help offer students relevant, rigorous, and valuable opportunities that will prepare them for their future:

We hope you will use these partner-vetted materials to explore the variety of programs and opportunities available to students and your business. If you have questions or want to get involved, contact

Chief of Staff
Colorado Succeeds