JOB DEVELOPMENT 


Connecting Colorado 

Connecting Colorado is part of a state and county-run system that delivers immediate, tangible results for your future. At this secure website, you can post your résumé, apply for a specific job or do a self-directed job search through any of twenty-two different occupational sectors. Connecting Colorado: we’re bringing people and jobs together.

  • 633 17th Street, Suite 201 Denver, CO 80202-3660
  • (303) 318-8819

Cross Purpose Center

We are a non-profit ministry dedicated to the idea of neighborhoods without poverty. We seek to abolish relational, economic, and spiritual poverty through the power of redemptive relationships. We seek Leaders: those wanting to escape poverty, ready to experience a new way of living, and who are ready for help. If you are prepared to lead your change click on Become a Leader to get started.

  • 2959 Franklin St. Denver, CO 80205
  • (303) 986-4673

MI CASA CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Mi Casa offers Career training programs to help workers update their skills and launch careers in growth industries.

All of our programs include the following:

Three Phases:
Phase One – Intensive training & industry recognized certification
Phase Two – Job search support until hired
Phase Three – Job support up to 1-year of employment

Career counseling, networking opportunities,and case management to overcome obstacles and maximize the potential for success.

  • 360 Acoma St, Denver, CO 80223
  • (303) 573-1302

Goodwill

Goodwill’s Career Development Services match individual skills and abilities with employers’ job needs, and provide job readiness and life skills training to help prepare individuals for the world of work. Retention strategies assist participants in maintaining employment and exploring career development opportunities. 

  • 6850 Federal Blvd. Denver CO, 80221 
  • (303) 650-7700

Summer Employment through Denver Human Services 

Our Youth Services mission is to deliver programs to engage, prepare, and empower youth to meet the growing demands of a global economy. We strive to develop dynamic partnerships with the community and to construct the workforce of our future, one young person at a time. Youth Services monitors program outcomes, provides technical assistance, and coordinates program development for our community partners in order to ensure quality services are delivered to all that we serve.

  • 4865 Peoria Street Denver, CO 80239
  • (720) 865-4800

Jeffco American Job Center

The American Job Center (AJC) promotes economic vitality by identifying, developing and matching a talented workforce to business. Last year, the AJC served Jefferson, Clear Creek and Gilpin counties by identifying more than 16,000 individuals looking for work or to change careers, strengthening individual talent through 700 free workshops, and partnering with local educational institutions that offer hundreds of different training programs.

  • 3500 Illinois Street Golden, CO 80401
  • (303) 371-4700

 


Colorado FIRST / Existing Industry Customized Training Programs

These programs increase transferable job skills that support both the company’s economic competitiveness and enhance worker's resumes and long-term employment opportunities.Colorado FIRST grants are for companies that are relocating to or expanding in Colorado and provide funds only to net new hires. Deadline for annual applications: August
Existing Industry grants focus on providing assistance to established Colorado companies in order to remain competitive within their industry, adapt to new technology and prevent layoffs. Deadline for annual applications: August

Colorado Community Re-Entry Program


Community Re-Entry provides unique programs and support services through an intensive ‘case management model.’ Multiple services are delivered and/or programs utilized to assist the offender’s transition plan. Delivery of services and programs are incentive- based, and are part of the offenders’ community supervision plan. Community Re-Entry Specialists provide case management and comprehensive services that include, but are not limited to employment services, shelter and transportation assistance, clothing and tools, health care, and referral to community support services that may impact transition from prison to the community.