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Job Readiness Resources for Restorative Contracts

Follow the links below to learn about resources to support job readiness.

Workforce Services –
Denver’s Office of Economic Development

Provides a wide range of services to help Denver residents not only get a job, but build a career. They host virtual and in-person job fairs to connect jobseekers with regional employers, training sessions, resume building and mock job interview workshops, etc. all FREE of cost.

Denver’s Works

Empowers the unemployed and those with barriers to employment to become self-supporting through job preparation and placement

Servicos de la Raza

Assists clients in searching for and maintaining sustainable employment with a diverse network of employers from different industries, including, but not limited to software development, construction, and non-profit work.

Job Seeker Training Opportunities –
Colorado Department of Labor

Collaborates with the local Colorado Workforce Centers to offer free or supplemental support training and educational opportunities through grants and federal funding

ReHire Colorado

A transitional employment program that combines wage-paying work, job-skills training and supportive services to help individuals successfully re-enter the workforce and Colorado businesses connect with high-quality talent. ReHire serves as a bridge between local job seekers and businesses.

Colorado Employment First

Promotes self-sufficiency and independence by preparing Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients for employment through job-seeking skills training, work experience and monthly job-search support activities.

Colorado Refugee Services Program

facilitates the effective resettlement of refugees and promotes refugee advancement past self-sufficiency and to long-term integration. The program provides resources for refugees, asylees, community partners, and interested individuals looking for a way to connect

Senior Employment Program

Participants are provided a minimum wage while learning new skills and improving their opportunity to become employed. Employment training takes place at nonprofit and government agencies such as libraries, senior centers, schools and parks. Participants help community organizations expand their service capacity while developing their job skills, self-confidence and a restored sense of self-worth.

Colorado Works Subsidized Training and Employment Program

Connects at-risk populations who are eligible for basic cash assistance from Colorado Works (Colorado’s federally funded program providing temporary cash assistance for needy families) with crucial professional work experience and opportunities