Get the Support You Need to Find Your Next Job
If you are experiencing unemployment due to COVID – 19, underemployed, single parent or other government benefits our program is for you. Our desire is to provide excellent content and keep our participants safe; therefore we offer virtual programming.
Bootcamp sessions on key job-related topics and multiple day workshops are offered.
Thrive services are FREE.
Participants must have access to a computer, and a good, reliable, internet connection to participate.
Those underemployed or unemployed feel a sense of hopelessness, discouragement, and brokenness.
Over 10% of Boulder County residents live below the poverty line, higher than Colorado’s statewide average. 62% of single mothers and 43% of single fathers lack adequate income to meet their families’ basic needs; these numbers are even higher for single parents of color. Men with criminal histories can expect to earn less pay and lack employment opportunities than those without. People with disabilities are twice as likely to live in poverty.
Put another way, people living within the margins of poverty, struggling with barriers to find and keep a job lack hope, dignity, and the opportunity to become self-sufficient.
Thrive helps participants build confidence and develop the skills they need to gain employment, establish a work history, stay in a job, increase their income, and advance to economic self-sufficiency.
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As president and owner of Premier Manufacturing, Inc., Edmond Johnson has applied his education and career experience to grow Premier Manufacturing Inc. to one of the largest, third tier, contract manufacturing operations in Colorado. Premier Manufacturing Inc. was recognized as one of the fastest growing companies by Colorado Biz Magazine....
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During our Intentional Employment Network (IEN) Share Group in May, Dan Kaskubar, founder of Spur LLC*, posed the question, “What does charity look like as a business owner?” To frame the discussion, Dan introduced the 8 Levels of Charity. The ladder provides a guide for the significance of a charitable gift. Dan introduced the idea that the...