September 9, 2023
Workforce Boulder County Celebrates Workforce Development Month in September
Boulder County residents invited to attend Workforce Boulder County’s Open House
Boulder County, Colo. - Workforce Boulder County (WfBC) is celebrating September for National Workforce Development Month. Together with the Colorado Department of Labor, the District Attorney’s Office of Boulder County, and many key community partners, WfBC is hosting an open house, along with other events. Workforce Development Month highlights the importance of community in workforce development, employees, and workforce development business partners.
Community members are invited to Workforce Boulder County’s upcoming open house at the St Vrain Community Hub on Wednesday, Sept. 27. This event is to increase awareness of WfBC’s new facility, the comprehensive services offered by WfBC, and to celebrate the many integral partners in workforce development in Boulder County. The event will take place at 515 Coffman St in Longmont from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
- WHAT: Workforce Boulder County Open House
- WHEN: Wednesday, Sept. 27
- WHERE: 515 Coffman St, Longmont, CO 80501
- TIME: 2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Workforce Boulder County is hosting additional events throughout the month and welcomes community members, businesses, and partner organizations to upcoming events both offered in-person and virtual.
For more details about the events and ongoing additional classes and workshops, visit Workforce Boulder County’s Calendar of Events at: https://bouldercounty.gov/departments/community-services/workforce-boulder-county/events/. To attend any of WfBC’s workshops, participants must first register by signing up on Connecting Colorado.
“Workforce Boulder County continues to be an integral way for residents to access opportunities of employment and education. I’m hopeful that folks will participate in this month of celebration and learning as we continue to share important resources more broadly throughout Boulder County,” said Boulder County Commissioner Marta Loachamin.
As Colorado’s economy continues to rebound from the pandemic, Colorado’s Workforce System partners remain committed to supporting a thriving environment for workers and employers throughout the state. The State of Colorado’s 52 Workforce Centers serve as a resource for workers, including Workforce Boulder County for residents. Workforce centers provide a wide variety of no-cost workforce programs to support individuals in starting or advancing their careers through upskilling, reskilling, and nextskilling.
For more information about Workforce Boulder County’s open house, contact Samara Portis at email@example.com . For assistance in registering for upcoming WfBC’s workshops or events, contact Workforce Boulder County’s Call Center at 720-776-0822.