Opportunities in Advanced Manufacturing are flurishing in Colorado. See how you as an employer can utilize TECP to assist in recruitment and applicant training services.
How TEC-P can help you find talent
The IT industry is growing rapidly. Learn how you can be a part of it.
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.
June landed a job in Data Management earning $67,600k a year
June states with obtaining an ITIL credential, has helped her secure a position with TEK Systems. She is working for a large IT Staffing company. Congratulations June!
By the Numbers
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