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    1. Gov. Hickenlooper announces project to expand high-speed internet in Colorado schools | The Official Site of Governor Hickenlooper

      Gov. Hickenlooper announces project to expand high-speed internet in Colorado schools | The Official Site of Governor Hickenlooper

      Gov. John Hickenlooper announced today a new initiative to bring high-speed internet to schools across Colorado. Kids Link Colorado is a partnership between the Office of the Governor, the Governor’s Office of Information Technology and EducationSuperHighway, the nation’s leading nonprofit focused on upgrading internet access in every public school classroom in America.

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    2. Internship Program To Help Shape The Future Of Colorado's Innovative Industries | Colorado Department of Labor and Employment

      Internship Program To Help Shape The Future Of Colorado's Innovative Industries | Colorado Department of Labor and Employment

      (DENVER) -- A new internship program designed to encourage employers to provide paid on-the-job training to students interested in pursuing careers in Colorado’s innovative industries is currently recruiting businesses and students.
       
      Innovative Industries Internship Program funding is available to businesses providing paid internships in eight industries critical to Colorado’s economic future including: Advanced Manufacturing, Aerospace, Bioscience, Construction, Electronics, Engineering and Energy and Natural Resources, and Information Technology.

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    3. State releases annual Talent Pipeline Report | The Office of Colorado Governor John W. Hickenlooper

      State releases annual Talent Pipeline Report | The Office of Colorado Governor John W. Hickenlooper

      DENVER — Monday, Oct. 19, 2015 — The Colorado Workforce Development Council today released its annual Colorado Talent Pipeline Report.

      The report examines how well Colorado’s talent development system - a network of education, higher education, training, workforce development, and other partners - meets the needs of businesses and supports the state’s economic growth.

      “We continue to work closely with industry to make sure students and jobseekers can navigate pathways to in-demand careers,” said Gov. John Hickenlooper. “Easier access to meaningful jobs and ensuring businesses have access to a skilled workforce is win-win for everyone.”


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