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    1. Pikes Peak Community College program pays for training interns in technology, manufacturing, construction | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Pikes Peak Community College program pays for training interns in technology, manufacturing, construction | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Colorado's Innovative Industries internship program grants pay up to $5,000 per intern for at least 130 hours of on-the-job training over a maximum of six months in the advanced manufacturing, aerospace, bioscience, construction, electronics, energy and natural resources, engineering or information technology industries. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment will accept applications Jan. 1-Feb. 15 for a second round of grants for training for up to 125 internships.

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    2. Colorado unemployment drops to 3.2%; mixed signals on jobs

      Colorado unemployment drops to 3.2%; mixed signals on jobs

      Colorado's unemployment rate dropped three-tenths of a percentage point in November as 17,300 more Coloradans reported they were employed. Yet a separate survey showed a decline of 12,500 non-farm payroll jobs in the state last month, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment reported today. - GALLERY: Click above for a countdown of Denver-area jobs that pay $100,000 or more.

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    3. STEM students 'Band Together' through music and tech | 9news.com

      STEM students 'Band Together' through music and tech | 9news.com

      According to the National Association For Music Education, successful music education advocacy depends on highlighting how music develops key skills in students, including self-reflection, communication, collaboration, creativity and innovation. The Colorado STEM School & Academy is teaching students to interact intellectually, one chord progression at a time.

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    4. UCCS entrepreneur lab allows students to wade into shark tank

      UCCS entrepreneur lab allows students to wade into shark tank

      The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has opened a laboratory where its student entrepreneurs can wade into the shark tank.

      Instead of competing for an investment, six student teams have to show continued progress to stay in The Garage, a space that previously housed a prototyping lab in the school's engineering building that student companies can use to turn their business ideas into companies that generate revenue and profits.

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