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It takes a community to build Colorado

It takes a community to build Colorado. We are very fortunate to be able to collaborate with forward-thinking public, private and non-profit organizations. They support our workforce development efforts that change lives while improving our community and economy. We thank them and urge you to recognize and support them.

Click on the '+' symbol below to learn more about each of our partner organizations.
 

Associated General Contractors

Colorado’s leading professional association for the state’s commercial building industry providing members a competitive edge through excellence in advocacy, collaboration, leadership, networking, workforce development, and services.  Representing over 600 firms, the membership is comprised of general contractors and specialty contractors (both union and non-union shops, public and privately owned; and, from very large to very small), suppliers and professional service providers.

 

The Colorado Contractors Association

The Colorado Contractors Association (CCA) is the leading professional association for infrastructure construction professionals across the state, bringing infrastructure to life through the power of advocacy, education and training and partnerships.

Founded in 1933, CCA has evolved into Colorado’s leading unifying voice and champion for Colorado infrastructure, serving as an essential partner to over 400 member firms and owner agencies as well as an influential catalyst and thought leader in securing infrastructure investments, advancing innovative practices, growing the industry, protecting industry interests and advancing the future of quality infrastructure in our state. 

 

Colorado Department of Labor & Employment

The Colorado Department of Labor & Employment connects job seekers with great jobs, provides an up-to-date and accurate picture of the economy to help decision making, assists workers who have been injured on the job, ensures fair labor practices, helps those who have lost their jobs by providing temporary wage replacement through unemployment benefits, and protects the workplace – and Colorado communities – with a variety of consumer protection and safety programs.
 

 

Emily Griffith Technical College

Emily Griffith Technical College was founded in downtown Denver as a place that provides opportunities “for all who wish to learn.” With the school's emphasis on accessible education, we continue to attract individuals of all backgrounds and nationalities. We are proud of our 100-year history of consistently doing this, and we welcome all students.

 

Hispanic Contractors of Colorado

HCC helps small, diverse contractors learn how to do business with public entities and large corporations through collaboration with a talented group of dedicated, diverse individuals and companies that want to make construction businesses succeed.  Member receive several services, networking opportunities, education and much more.  Founded in 1990, Hispanic Contractors of Colorado (HCC) is a 5019(c)(6) non-profit corporation and professional trade association.

 

Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs

The Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs is a private, non-profit 501(C)(6) corporation representing builders, developers, and remodelers, as well as trade contractors, materials suppliers, mortgage lenders, real estate agents, title companies, interior designers, architects, landscapers and beyond. 

 

Home Builders Association Metro Denver

The Home Builders Association of Metro Denver is a professional trade organization that represents the residential home building industry including homebuilders, developers, remodelers, suppliers and service providers in the eight metro-area counties we serve. We provide HBA members with advocacy, networking opportunities and education to support and improve the industry.

 

WORKNOW a Program of Colo Resource Partners

WORKNOW, presented by the Colorado Resource Partners, also known as CORE, is a partnership among local community organizations advocating for and working to connect workers to high paying jobs and family support resources. Since 2017, WORKNOW has teamed up with the Construction Careers Now program to place, retain and advance workers in the construction industry.

WORKNOW takes an active role in the Construction Careers Now program by providing participants in need of free or reduced cost supportive services with the following: job training, career coaching, dues and tool stipends as well as transportation support and transportation support.

 

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