January 21, 2013

Amendment 64: So…Can I Get High Now?

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On November 6, Colorado became one of the first states to legalize the use of recreational marijuana. The passing of Amendment 64 looks to be just the beginning of what may be a long political process. So, how does Amendment 64 affect you? What Amendment 64 Does Do: People over the age of 21 will […]

January 16, 2013

How to Get Organized for the New Year

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There are plenty of stories about why we don’t get organized on a daily basis; not enough time, space, motivation, etc. As a professional organizer, I’ve heard them all. But, doesn’t it feel better when you’re organized and everything is functional and streamlined? Absolutely. Here is a simple  3-point checklist to get you started and […]

January 14, 2013

Looking for Opportunity? Automotive Technology Skills in Demand

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We are entering an interesting time in the automotive field. Highly skilled master technicians are getting older, and there aren’t enough younger people filling those positions. This is a great opportunity for young people who love cars and enjoy working with their hands to enter a field where there is a very high job-placement rate. […]

January 9, 2013

Why Are There So Many Job Openings in Manufacturing?

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If you have the right skills, there are more job opportunities in manufacturing companies now than at any time in the past five years. According to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, 7000 more manufacturing jobs will be added by 2020. A Boston Consulting Group study indicates that right now there are 100,000 manufacturing […]

January 7, 2013

Is a College Education Really Worth It?

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Everywhere you look these days, there’s an article or talking head questioning the value of a college education. They often use examples of recent graduates who have a bachelor’s degree but no job. I can relate. When I graduated from college in 1981, it was the worst recession on record at the time since the […]

January 2, 2013

How to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions

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Now that we’ve determined the Mayans were wrong and we haven’t all met with our demise, our thoughts turn to self-improvement and making the most of our new year. Perhaps it’s the relief of no longer being subjected to yet another version of “Walking in a Winter Wonderland” in the grocery store. Perhaps it’s the […]

December 21, 2012

Faculty Feature: Team Teaching in Learning Communities

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When Matt Stilwell was fresh out of graduate school, full of current topics and current teaching methods, ready to greet the students of the 21st century, he turned the clock back to 1905. He got a job over the summer teaching in the 1905 Boxelder School, a living history project on the grounds of the […]

December 19, 2012

Cool Careers: Video Game Designer and Precision Machinist

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“So, what do you want to be when you grow up?” All of us have either heard these words from a parent, friend or spouse, or we have pondered the question internally. No matter your age or stage of life, this is a subject that requires deliberate thought if you want to find work that […]

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