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Educate and Train the Workforce of the Future

Education & Workforce refers to:
  • The current talent pool—availability of qualified and high quality talent to grow the companies in the industry.
  • The development of the future talent pool—availability of high quality and dynamic post secondary programs (universities, colleges, applied technical colleges, workforce centers) preparing and/or retraining students and workers to participate in the industry workforce.
  • Entrepreneurial training focused on developing new ventures within the industry.

Did you know?

Technology is one Colorado’s most thriving industries. This industry is not only the engine for a multitude of other successful industries in Colorado, but according to the recent Cyberstates 2011 report from the Tech America Foundation, Colorado has the third-highest concentration of high-tech workers in the country just behind Virginia and Massachusetts. There are 172,600 high-tech workers in Colorado, according to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment with an average salary of $90,800, (96% above the average private-sector salary). The state’s high-tech payroll = more than $14 billion.


The Invest4Tech program is launched!

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Leadership Team


  • Frank Daidone, CIO, City & County of Denver
  • Annette Quintana, CEO, Istonish
  • Steven Nichols, Mission Critical Systems
  • Evan Call, iBeta Quality Assurance
  • Mary Probst, Colorado Workforce Development Council
  • Audrey Thompson, Brocade


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