District 51 has many ways for high school students to learn about themselves, explore careers, engage in career readiness, and prepare for next steps after graduation. Read More!
CareerWise is a modern youth apprenticeship program. Students work in modern workplaces accruing meaningful work and accessing debt-free college credits. Read More!
The Mesa County Workforce Center is excited to offer free GED Prep classes. You may qualify for weekly attendance stipends and a financial incentive for completion. Read More!
Mesa County Libraries enrich lives and build community through opportunities to learn, discover, create, and connect. View the services available at the library. Read More!
The School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP) assists young adults with mild to moderate needs in employment to become competitively employed and to achieve successful community outcomes. Read More!
Western Colorado Community College is committed to student success. Whether you are interested in an associate degree, a certificate, customized industry training, or a change in your career options, we are here to serve you.
Recommendations from business advisory committees help us keep all aspects of instruction current and relevant to today's employment needs. We offer valuable, hands-on instruction that equips you with real-world skills and lets you step into the career you want. Read More!
Work-based learning is a strategy that combines skill development with real world training opportunities. Apprenticeships and other work-based learning activities create opportunities for youth and adults to develop the skills needed to succeed. Read More!
Mesa County Workforce Center offers assistance with job searching, resume building, interviewing, and more! Meet with our Youth Employment Specialist for individual assistance or access resources online. Read More!
YEA! guides middle and high school students through the process of starting and running a legitimate business or social movement over the course of a full academic year. YEA! has graduated almost 4,000 students over the past 12 years, who have started almost 3,000 businesses and social movements! Read More!