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Academies To Work

Let’s Succeed Together

Here at Academies to Work, we provide low to moderate income individuals over the age of 18 years old in the City and County of Denver with training, support, and community resources in demand driven industries, to facilitate the achievement of a self-sufficient wage. Read more about ATW and our programming here.

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Testimonials

What's Being Said About Academies to Work

"I was really having a hard time. I was homeless, and it was hard to get on my feet. [ATW] gave me opportunities, allowed me to pay my rent and take care of my kiddos. It gave me a strong foundation to feel safe to move forward."

"I ended up going to train through ATW and found employment within DHA. The classes opened my mind to accepting all different backgrounds. I also got help with my resume and boosted my computer skills. I'm so very thankful for everyone who was involved!"

"Knowing that these people care about the community amazed me more and more. This is what the community needs. I feel proud that I took this step and that they worked with me. They didn't leave me behind."

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DURA Renew Denver, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Colorado Workforce Development Council, and the City of Denver generously support the Academies to Work (ATW) program. These vital contributors have been instrumental since 2015 in fulfilling ATW's mission

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