The Information Technology sector provides opportunities for individuals interested in occupations such as software development, computer systems analysts and IT specialists while offering innovative, collaborative team environments, and enriching experiences in emerging technologies.
Benefits TEC-P offers Job Seekers
TECP offers many services to assist qualified tech talent opportunities to gain/regain employment with the IT and Advanced Manufacturing Sectors. Staff can assist with placement, training and networking within the industries to help participants to gain employment in these dynamic sectors.
High tech job available in Metro Denver for IT and Advanced Manufacturing occupations
Million dollars awarded to a collaboration of workforce development offices to boost employment in middle-skilled to high-skilled jobs
Number of job seekers to be served through an industry and employer-driven approach to develop an education and training career pathway
Colorado Labor Market Stats
The following data is from Colorado Department of Labor & Employment LMI Gateway
Estimated Number of individuals employed in IT/Advanced Manufacturing in CO
Openings in September 2015 in IT within TECP Regions
Average Annual Income in IT industry within TECP Regions
Technology Employment in Colorado Partnership
Technology Employment in Colorado Partnership (TEC-P) is a regional, joint project that benefits long-term unemployed and underemployed people (more than 27 weeks) on the Front Range and Western Slope in Colorado using collaborations between employers, edu
TEC-P, a targeted industry sector initiative, will further build the state’s information technology and advanced manufacturing sectors. The project utilizes an industry- and employer-driven approach to develop career pathways, boosting employment in middle-skilled to high-skilled jobs. This milestone regional effort will help to expand Colorado's pipeline of talent by connecting nearly 600 long-term unemployed individuals with promising careers in high-demand industries.
The TEC-P grant application was led by the Denver Office of Economic Development (OED), which will serve as fiscal agent of the four-year project.
The partnership, awarded a $6.2 Million "Ready to Work Partnership‟ grant from the U.S. Department of Labor in October 2014, consists of several organizations including:; Workforce Investment Boards serving Arapahoe, Boulder, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Gilpin, Jefferson, Larimer and Mesa counties; the Colorado Urban Workforce Alliance, the Colorado Community College System and Western Colorado Community College; industry associations; employers within the IT and advanced manufacturing sectors; and additional training and other partners.
May 24, 2018, 1:00 PM
FREE WORKSHOP! WHAT: Non-Verbal Communication: Aligning Your Body with Your Message WHEN: Thursday, May 24, 2018 TIME: 1:00PM-3:00PM (please arrive a few minutes before 1:00 to check in) LOCATION: Denver Public Library, Gates Conference Room, 5th fl., 10 W. 14th Avenue Pkwy., Denver, 80204 TOPICS: Learn what the top 10 non-verbal communication mistakes during an interview are Find out how emotions might be interpreted through one's body language Get feedback on your own non-verbal communication through role-play **********Public transportation recommended********** * NOTE: In the event of a cancellation, we will provide 48 hours' notice through Eventbrite. You may also call 720.913.1618 for the latest update. Fourth of TEC-P's 4-part "soft skills" communication seriesRegister here
Get in Touch with Your County Liaison
The Denver Office of Economic Development (OED) is the lead administrator for this grant, your own point of contact depends on your location within the state.