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Workforce Center Partner Agencies

Aims Community College

A fully accredited two-year public college with multiple locations in northern Colorado. Greeley has been the home of the 185-acre main campus for more than 45 years. Fort Lupton, Loveland and Windsor have satellite locations, providing access to Aims across the region. Aims offers 200 degree and certificate programs with more than 4,000 daytime, evening, weekend and on-line course offerings each year.
http://www.aims.edu/ (link)

Community Educational Outreach

A Colorado Front Range non-profit devoted to providing educational resources that target low-income adults who may be at risk of being institutionalized. CEO outreaches to local community correction, drug rehabilitation, and community based facilities in an effort to help clients remain productive members of society. CEO is currently co-located with Intervention  Community Correction Services offering student-centered, individual and small-group instruction.
www.ceocolorado.org (link) and https://www.int-cjs.org/ (link)

Community Resources & Housing Development Corporation

Formed in 1971, CRHDC provides pathways to housing resources and asset-building opportunities. Innovative approaches in providing sustainable and affordable housing, life-skills, and economic development opportunities to benefit low-to-moderate income households through property development, financing, education, partnership and technical assistance, help deliver the best practices and services possible.
http://www.crhdc.org/ (link)

Division of Unemployment Insurance

In order to qualify for benefits, you must have lost your job through no fault of your own (for example a layoff, reduction in hours, or reduction in pay not related to performance). Unemployment Insurance will contact your previous employer(s) to help determine whether or not you may qualify. 
https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdle/unemployment (link)

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation provides assistance to individuals with disabilities to work and live independently. DVR has more than 50 years of experience assisting our job seekers prepare, obtain and retain, meaningful employment, and are committed to helping our employer partners find candidates who are skilled, loyal, and committed to success. After placement, our professional staff continues to provide on-going support to employers and employees.
https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dvr/ (link)

Jobs for Veterans State Grant Program

Helps Veterans find good jobs by providing employment services at One-Stop Career Centers and other locations through funding for Disabled Veterans Outreach Program (DVOP) specialists and Local Veterans Employment Representative (LVER) staff. These intensive services are also provided to eligible spouses
https://www.colorado.gov/cdle/veterans (link)

Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado (Formerly known as Right to Read of  Weld County and the Global Refugee Center)

In 2017, the Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado began as a combined operation between Right to Read of Weld County and the Global Refugee Center. Prior to the formation of the IRC, these two separate organizations were serving many from the same immigrant and refugee community in Northern Colorado. Rather than providing English language training to some clients and Community Navigation services to others, these organizations knew that they could be reaching everyone by making their services into one efficient, effective process.
https://www.ircnoco.org/ (link)

Rocky Mountain SER

Founded in 1980, RMSER is a grassroots community based organization that provides quality educational, employment and training services. RMSER serves low-come and disadvantaged families through its Head Start, Migrant Head Start, Workforce Training, Migrant Farmworker and Youth and Community programs.
http://www.rmser.org/ (link)

Service Employment Redevelopment (SER) – Senior Community Service Employment Program

Through education, training, employment and financial empowerment services. A community service and work based training program for older workers authorized by the Older Americans Act, the program provides subsidized, service-based training for low-income persons 55 or older who are unemployed and have poor employment prospects
http://ser-national.org/senior-community-service-employment-program/ (link)