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  • Leadville's Tabor House

    Leadville’s Tabor Opera House Chosen for National Campaign

    With $150,000 for historic preservation on the line, every vote for one of Colorado’s historic sites - from now until October 26th - counts!

    Leadville's Tabor Opera House is one of 20 historic sites in the nation selected for the 2018 Partners in Preservation: Main Streets national campaign. Winners, who are determined by popular vote, will receive $150,000 for site rehabilitation. Members of the public are allotted one vote per day, per person to be used on any historic site in the competition until the end of the campaign.

    Built in 1879, during an era of tremendous migration and immigration, the Tabor Opera House stands today as a reminder of Leadville’s diverse past. This project will rehabilitate two of the opera house’s facades, helping it to serve as a mixed-use cultural center for locals and tourists alike.

    Remember you can vote once per day, everyday. Vote for Leadville's Tabor House now!

  • Colorado Free Application Day

    Colorado Free Application Day

    Colorado Free Application Day 10/30/18

    Apply for free at Colorado's 32 public colleges and universities, and several private institutions

    Colorado Free Application Day caps off College Application Month, the six-week (September 17 through October 31), statewide campaign that encourages high school seniors to successfully submit an application to a higher education program and file their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

    How does it work? Students must submit a completed admissions application between 12:01 a.m. and 11:59 a.m. on Oct. 30, 2018 only. Any admissions applications that have been started but not submitted may not be granted a waiver.

    Each institution will have a unique process to waive the admissions application submission fee. Visit Colorado Free Application Day to find specific information by institution.

    To take advantage of Colorado Free Application Day, it’s best to have all admissions application materials prepared, double-checked and reviewed before Oct. 30. That way, you can submit a high-quality, complete application and improve your chances of getting accepted. Learn more

  • It's College Application Month!

    College Application Month

    "Life is an adventure. No matter what comes next in your adventure, we want to help you."

    — Colorado Department of Higher Education's Executive Director, Dan Baer

     

    Start the adventure with College Application Month (CAM), a six-week boot camp to get students to identify career goals, research matching education programs and apply successfully. This year’s campaign runs from September 17 through October 31, and we’ve made a few changes:

    Educator Guide:

    Using College In Colorado tools and resources, we’ve created a series of six lessons educators can deploy each week, which focus on one major step in the application process. These plans are available in a downloadable educator guide on our CAM website.

    CAM ICAP:

    In the CIC Professional Center, we deployed a six-week Individual Academic and Career Plan (ICAP) template to guide and record student CAM activities. While educators do not have to use the ICAP to participate in CAM, we encourage them to use it to fulfill ICAP requirements.

    Step-by-Step Directions for Students:

    To help participants navigate the CIC site, we’ve provided step-by-step directions for each week, located in the Student section of the CAM website and embedded in the CAM ICAP.

    Contest:

    Students who successfully complete all six weeks’ activities and file the FAFSA by Nov. 9, 2018 will be eligible for our 529 scholarship giveaway worth $1,000.

    We hope you join us on this six-week journey! Learn more

  • Western Region OneSource

    Western Region OneSource

    Grand Junction Facility Serving 40,000+ Service Members, Veterans & Family

    A state-owned, former Colorado National Guard armory in Grand Junction is on its way to becoming the future home of Western Region OneSource. The facility will serve more than 40,000 Colorado service members, veterans and their families living in 24 counties along the Western Slope.

    "With the Governor's leadership, we will increase our capacity to assist Colorado service members, veterans, and their families, making Colorado even more of a military- and veteran-friendly state," The Adjutant General of Colorado U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Michael Loh said. "The addition of a Western Region OneSource will centralize resources under one roof, making it easier for those who serve or have served, and their families, to take that first step in obtaining assistance."

    Veterans are a growing population across Colorado. More than 400,000 veterans live in Colorado, with about 10 percent living along the Western Slope.

    Located at 482 28 Road in Grand Junction, OneSource is close to a major veteran-serving medical facility. The Grand Junction VA Medical Center is already a destination for about 15,000 veterans in the western region.

    Although OneSource isn't scheduled to open until May 2019, the DMVA is already accepting sponsorship and partnership applications. The DMVA needs to raise about $250,000 through sponsorships to cover the cost of furniture and equipment. Community veteran service providers will be able to rent space in the 14,000-square-foot facility.

    Help make this great resource even greater—become a sponsor or service provider!

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