The Rocky Mountain Cradle to Career Partnership (RMC2C) is convened on one simple principle: Those who care about a community’s youth – from parents and educators to civic leaders and local employers – can accomplish more by working together than by working apart. This is why we align to the same vision to ensure the success of all young […]
We Want You! Did you know? Only 64% of youth ages 18-24 in Adams County are making a wage that allows them to support their basic needs. In order to ensure that ALL youth in Adams County are employed at a self-sufficient wage, the Adams County Youth Employment Collborative Action Network (CAN) is working to […]
This issue of our newsletter is bursting at the seams with updates on things happening throughout the ACYI Partnership related to Youth Employment in the ACYI Partnership. Don’t forget to check it out below!
Elevating Voices of Youth, Educators, and Employers The ACYI Youth Employment CAN has gained new insights into the challenges to employment for young people in Adams County through utilization of Technology Enabled Girl Ambassadors (TEGA). TEGA is a peer-to-peer research tool that allows the ACYI Partnership to capture authentic youth and community perspective. TEGAs are […]
*Using the estimates for CCIP, a basic estimate was used to calculate the percentage of individuals at or above the Self-Sufficiency Standard for Adams County in 2018 ($27,684) Source: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates. The US Census Bureau uses estimates only and there can be a large margin of error. The Challenge […]