Overview of This Effort
Rocky Mountain Partnership (RMP) is working to support increasing the number of learners on pathways to Top Jobs and the number of pathways that exist by supporting partners to understand what pathways currently exist, what is currently happening around them, and providing support (as needed) to use this information to improve and extend pathways.
The Challenge We’re Working to Address
Source: U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates, Table s1501 Educational Attainment. This data does not include community members who hold a certificate or credential, a data set not yet consistently tracked and available. RMP Region data includes Adams County & the City and County of Broomfield. The U.S. Census Bureau does not provide associate’s degree or higher data by race/ethnicity.
Source: “2021 Colorado Talent Pipeline Report,” Colorado Workforce Development Council
What We’re All Working Towards
How Will We Accomplish These Goals
The RMP Team is working with Partners to fill a critical gap in work happening around pathways
Learn more about this effort, including our data and targets, our action underway in 2022 and beyond, and who’s involved, by clicking on the links in the left sidebar.
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|Matt Horn, RMP Director of Collaborative Action, serves as the Project Manager for this effort. Contact Matt at MattHorn@RMPBackbone.org with additional questions or to learn more.|