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Microsoft YouthSparks Connections Breakfast

Microsoft in collaboration with the Brookings Institution, is exploring the urgent struggle of America's youth in finding work through an event series called Microsoft YouthSpark Connections. Join Alan Berube – Senior Fellow and Deputy Director at the Bookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program – and other influencers for an in-depth discussion about the most current research on youth, education, and the opportunity to better meet the requirements of the labor market through education.

When: Thursday, April 9th
8:00- 10:30am
Where: Microsoft DTC Office
7595 Technology Way
Denver, Colorado  80237
United States
Contact: Daniel Seatvet

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YouthSpark Connections - Denver

Thursday, April 09, 2015 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM (Mountain Time)

Microsoft Denver Office
7595 Technology Way, Suite 400
Room: Maroon Bells
DenverColorado 80237
United States

If you have any questions, please email or call 443-627-2211.


Please ​join ​us ​for ​the ​Microsoft ​YouthSpark ​Connections ​breakfast ​on ​April ​9 ​from ​8 ​until ​10:30 ​am ​at ​the ​Microsoft ​Office ​in ​Denver, ​CO. ​ 

7595 ​Technology ​Way, ​Suite ​400 
Room: ​Maroon ​Bells 

The ​event ​audience ​will ​be ​comprised ​of ​top ​influencers ​in ​Education ​and ​Public ​Policy ​from ​the ​State ​of ​Colorado. 

America ​is ​at ​a ​crossroads; ​while ​there ​are ​more ​young ​people ​than ​ever ​before, ​according ​to ​research ​by ​the ​Brookings ​Institution, ​many ​of ​them ​are ​struggling ​to ​find ​work ​amongst ​our ​labor ​force. ​Simultaneously, ​many ​open ​positions ​remain ​unoccupied ​as ​employers ​are ​unable ​to ​locate ​workers ​with ​the ​required ​skill-set. ​Many ​of ​these ​unfilled ​jobs ​are ​in ​the ​fields ​of ​Science, ​Technology, ​Engineering ​and ​Mathematics ​(STEM) ​– ​the ​industries ​that ​propel ​innovation, ​competition ​and ​economic ​growth. 

What ​are ​we ​doing ​to ​address ​this ​skills ​gap ​and ​prepare ​our ​students ​to ​enter ​and ​excel ​in ​these ​competitive ​industries? ​Microsoft, ​in ​collaboration ​with ​the ​Brookings ​Institution, ​is ​exploring ​this ​urgent ​condition ​in ​an ​exclusive ​complimentary ​event ​series ​called ​Microsoft ​YouthSpark ​Connections. ​Join ​us ​as ​we ​examine ​the ​most ​current ​research ​on ​youth, ​education, ​and ​the ​opportunities ​to ​better ​meet ​the ​requirements ​of ​the ​labor ​market ​through ​education. ​ 

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