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Career Development Incentive Program

Overview 

The Career Development Incentive Program, or Career Development Success Program Expansion in House Bill 18-1266, provides financial incentives for school districts and charter schools that encourage high school students, grades 9-12, to complete:

Tier 1: qualified industry credential programs; 
Tier 2: internships, residencies, construction pre-apprenticeship or construction apprenticeship programs or;
Tier 3: qualified Advanced Placement (AP) courses.
 

Participating districts or charter schools could receive up to $1,000 for each completed credential, distributed in tiered order. 


Application Process

The application process is closed and will reopen in April 2021. 


What's New?

NEW! 2018-19 Fact Sheet

NEW! 2019-20 Fact Sheet 

NEW! 2019-20 Fact Sheet Extended

The 2020 Talent Pipeline Report- The Colorado Workforce Development Council is pleased to present the Colorado Talent Pipeline Report in partnership with the Department of Higher Education, the Department of Education, the Department of Labor and Employment, and the Office of Economic Development and International Trade, with support from the Office of State Planning and Budgeting, the State Demography Office at the Department of Local Affairs, and others.

NEW- Career Development Incentive Program List of Approved Programs 

List of Removed Programs 

List of Industry Credential by School District 


Request Industry Certification Inclusion

Please complete the form below if there is a program or industry certification that is not on the official Approved Programs List in the Talent Pipeline Report and there is sufficient evidence to demonstrate industry demand and credibility for the requested program/certification.

 

Internship Criteria

Internship Criteria PDF (with active links)


Career Development Incentive Program Guidelines and Resources 

Application Resources

Other Resources


 

Contact
Marina Kokotovic