Our Fall 2019 newsletter covers the priorities of the Partnership for 2020 and beyond, key insight from our community leaders, and the introduction of a new tool to communicate out the status of our community’s youth. To learn more, click the button below!
Explore key insights from our community leaders in the Fall 2019 Newsletter!
One of the key priorities of the ACYI Partnership in 2020 will be to conduct a landscape analysis of the local, state, and national organizational and public policies impacting Cradle to Career Outcomes. The Partnership is clear that it cannot change systems without aligning policy to improve Cradle to Career Outcomes, and has onboarded a champion to support […]
In June, the Community Leaders Council (CLC) Steering Committee met to set the Priorities for the ACYI Partnership for the years 2020 and beyond. What differs from the work many have to do in developing strategic priorities, is that we don’t have to determine them from scratch. In fact, a roadmap already exists for this […]
Over the past year, leaders from across the community have worked to re-energize and give leaders an opportunity to recommit to the ACYI Partnership. Below are reflections from members of the Community Leaders Council Steering Committee and what this journey has entailed, and what is on the horizon. For more information about the ACYI Partnership […]
Communities cannot thrive with individual entities working in silos, and the power in numbers becomes even stronger when cross-sector entities are working collectively to make major, authentic change. But it’s not enough to work collectively. This type of social movement requires key leaders to own the outcomes and fully support collective impact. Last summer, a […]
This issue of our newsletter is bursting at the seams with updates on things happening throughout the ACYI Partnership related to Community Leaders Stepping up to Champion this Work. Don’t forget to check it out below!
This issue of our newsletter is bursting at the seams with updates on things happening throughout the ACYI Partnership related to Youth Employment in the ACYI Partnership. Don’t forget to check it out below!
Elevating Voices of Youth, Educators, and Employers The ACYI Youth Employment CAN has gained new insights into the challenges to employment for young people in Adams County through utilization of Technology Enabled Girl Ambassadors (TEGA). TEGA is a peer-to-peer research tool that allows the ACYI Partnership to capture authentic youth and community perspective. TEGAs are […]
Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU), Front Range Community College, and Adams County Workforce and Business Center have partnered to offer a unique summer employment opportunity that doubles as both a Summer Bridge Program and provides Intrusive Advising for students who are enrolling to attend either of the campuses. This effort targets students at risk […]