Existing Businesses

Workforce Resources

Workforce Resources

Westminster companies and employees have access to several private- and public-sponsored training programs and industry associations that support continuing education in a variety of fields and industries.

COVID-19 Business Resources

Local Workforce Centers

  • Adams County Workforce & Business Center

    Through partnership, Adams County One Stop Career Centers serve the diverse needs of employers, job seekers and other customers with access to high quality, comprehensive workforce development, employment and training services.

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  • Adams County Workforce & Business Center

    Through partnership, Adams County One Stop Career Centers serve the diverse needs of employers, job seekers and other customers with access to high quality, comprehensive workforce development, employment and training services.

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  • Jefferson County Business & Workforce Center

    Jefferson County Workforce Center is an innovative and comprehensive statewide job referral network funded through federal tax dollars. All services are free to employers and job seekers. The center serves Jefferson, Clear Creek and Gilpin counties.

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  • Jefferson County Business & Workforce Center

    Jefferson County Workforce Center is an innovative and comprehensive statewide job referral network funded through federal tax dollars. All services are free to employers and job seekers. The center serves Jefferson, Clear Creek and Gilpin counties.

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Local Partners

  • Front Range Community College (FRCC)

    FRCC’s career-technical students are internship-ready, and their career-technical graduates are job-ready. Additionally, their general-education students are interested in internships in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. FRCC Corporate & Workforce Solutions helps Colorado companies seeking customized skills training, consulting services, business development, and ongoing professional development.

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  • Front Range Community College (FRCC)

    FRCC’s career-technical students are internship-ready, and their career-technical graduates are job-ready. Additionally, their general-education students are interested in internships in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. FRCC Corporate & Workforce Solutions helps Colorado companies seeking customized skills training, consulting services, business development, and ongoing professional development.

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  • North Metro Small Business Development Center

    Since 1989, the North Metro Denver Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has been dedicated to helping existing and new businesses grow and prosper by providing free and confidential consulting and no- or low-cost training programs. The main North Metro Denver SBDC office is located at Front Range Community College in Westminster. Satellite locations offering both consulting and training are located in Brighton, Broomfield and Commerce City. All locations provide free, confidential one-on-one business consulting and low-cost training.

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  • North Metro Small Business Development Center

    Since 1989, the North Metro Denver Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has been dedicated to helping existing and new businesses grow and prosper by providing free and confidential consulting and no- or low-cost training programs. The main North Metro Denver SBDC office is located at Front Range Community College in Westminster. Satellite locations offering both consulting and training are located in Brighton, Broomfield and Commerce City. All locations provide free, confidential one-on-one business consulting and low-cost training.

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  • Colorado FIRST/Existing Industry Customized Training Programs (OEDIT)

    Colorado FIRST grants are for companies relocating to Colorado or existing companies undertaking a major expansion. Existing Industry grants are designed for Colorado companies implementing new technology to remain competitive and keep jobs in the state. Approved training is for transferable job skills that support the company’s economic competitiveness by re-training workers in new skills, while enhancing the workers’ resumes and long-term employment opportunities.

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  • Colorado FIRST/Existing Industry Customized Training Programs (OEDIT)

    Colorado FIRST grants are for companies relocating to Colorado or existing companies undertaking a major expansion. Existing Industry grants are designed for Colorado companies implementing new technology to remain competitive and keep jobs in the state. Approved training is for transferable job skills that support the company’s economic competitiveness by re-training workers in new skills, while enhancing the workers’ resumes and long-term employment opportunities.

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Contact Information:

Stephanie Troller

Business Development Manager

stroller@cityofwestminster.us or 303-658-2318

 

Shelby Wood

Business Resource Management Analyst

swood@cityofwestminster.us or 303-658-2168