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    1. Colorado Technology Foundation and Galvanize Partner to Launch Women in Tech Scholarship Fund

      Colorado Technology Foundation and Galvanize Partner to Launch Women in Tech Scholarship Fund

      Last week at our Women in Technology Conference, CTA and its Foundation launched the Women in Tech Scholarship Fund in partnership with Galvanize. The scholarship fund is aimed at getting more women from under-tapped communities a job in tech and a better future.

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    2. Galvanize and CU Denver Announce Pathways Program

      Galvanize and CU Denver Announce Pathways Program

      DENVER , May 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Galvanize and University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver) jointly announce the Pathways Program, a strategic partnership that allows eligible Colorado high school and current CU Denver students to earn academic college credit at CU Denver for completing the Web Development Immersive (WDI) program at Galvanize.

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    3. Microsoft Hosts STEM Career Day in partnership with Colorado Technology Foundation and Denver Public Schools CareerConnect

      Microsoft Hosts STEM Career Day in partnership with Colorado Technology Foundation and Denver Public Schools CareerConnect

      Last week, Microsoft hosted their very first a successful CareerX job-shadowing event, a work-based learning program presented in partnership with Denver Public Schools’ (DPS) CareerConnect program and Colorado Technology Foundation (CTF) that exposes participating high school students to tech careers and in-demand skills to meet the needs of Colorado’s future technology workforce.

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    4. Denver cybersecurity training school moves to new Blake Street location

      Denver is quite the hotbed when it comes to cybersecurity. In April, it was reported that CyberGRX, a cybersecurity company that moved to Denver last summer, said it raised $20 million in venture capital. In March, Denver-based Optiv Security Inc. bought Comm Solutions, a 71-person cybersecurity and IT networking consulting practice based in Pennsylvania. Now, a Denver cybersecurity training academy said it's moving to a new Blake Street location that it said will allow it to grow. SecureSet…

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    5. Cybersecurity firm LogRhythm partners with University of Massachusetts

      Cybersecurity firm LogRhythm partners with University of Massachusetts

      BOULDER — LogRhythm, a cybersecurity solutions and intelligence company, was selected by a major university to provide centralized network security. The University of Massachusetts System Office selected the Boulder-based firm for to provide complete security to its network — something made all the more necessary because as a university, there’s a lot of people who have access.

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    6. Metro Denver unemployment rate drops to 2.4 percent

      Metro Denver's unadjusted unemployment rate dropped to 2.4 percent in March, down from 3.6 percent one year ago. There were about 14,360 more people employed in metro Denver in March than in February, according to raw county jobs estimates released today by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. The 2.4 percent unadjusted jobless rate is for a 10-county area that includes Denver, Aurora, Lakewood, Broomfield and Centennial, but not Boulder County.

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    7. Colorado industry pushes for reforming high-skilled immigrant worker limits, H-1B visa program - Denver Business Journal

      Colorado industry pushes for reforming high-skilled immigrant worker limits, H-1B visa program - Denver Business Journal

      Representatives of Colorado industry groups met with U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette on Wednesday to urge immigration reforms to close the growing gap between the number of high-skilled workers allowed into the country and thousands of U.S. technology jobs going unfilled.

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    8. Funding sets stage for CU smartphone spinoff to commercialize

      Funding sets stage for CU smartphone spinoff to commercialize

      Kelvin Thermal Technologies Inc., a smartphone-technology startup from two University of Colorado Boulder professors, raised $200,000 in private equity to match a $250,000 grant from the state of Colorado. The company has developed a new method of cooling smartphones, Y.C. Lee, president and CEO, told BizWest. When phones overheat, it causes them to not operate well, and can actually be harmful to the user.

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