With many outstanding higher education institutions, steady in-migration, and high concentrations of employment in high tech and professional service industries in the region, it is no surprise that metro Denver offers a workforce second to none. The City of Centennial is a great example of that model. More than 50 percent of Centennial’s adult residents hold a bachelor’s or advanced degree. Learn more about Centennial and Denver South’s workforce development institutions below.
Arapahoe/Douglas Works! offers a variety of no-cost services to help employers in Arapahoe and Douglas counties meet their recruitment goals and ensure a qualified workforce. They’re business development representatives are experienced in listening to employers’ needs and providing solutions to save businesses time, money, and valuable resources.
Colorado Workforce Centers provides a variety of free services to assist employers and job-seekers alike, including job listings, career counseling and training for job-seekers, computer and internet access, tax credits and training reimbursement for employers, and pre-screening and referral services.