Partners within the Rocky Mountain Partnership are working to increase the number of pathways to Top Jobs and number of learners on and completing these pathways by driving efforts to increase funding for school districts and community colleges, helping partners understand what’s happening along pathways, and increasing synergy in their work to yield better results.
View the partners who are currently involved in this effort below.
Partners Involved in this Effort
Organizations Involved in This Effort So Far
The following organizations are comprised of content experts who have committed to working together to strengthen and grow existing pathways while identifying and building pathways to top jobs that may not. be in place. They are responsible for rolling up their sleeves and working alongside impacted youth and community members to take action that will increase the number of pathways and learners who are on and completing them.
Civic Influencers Involved in This Effort So Far
This coalition is being led by a core team of community members who are community members who live or grew up in the RMP region, referred to as ‘Civic Influencers’.
In order to effectively mobilize and take action, they receive the following support through the Rocky Mountain Partnership:
- Compensation for their time through stipends
- Training, education, and direct support from the RMP team to understand the ins and outs of the mill levy override
- Dedicated resources to support the coalition to take action.
Current Civic Influencers
|Gabriela Chavez||Sarah Justice Hughes||Ana Ruiz|
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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.