WORKNOW launched in October 2017. Here you’ll find highlights of partnership progress towards our four-year targets. CORE/WORKNOW partners will update this page monthly and record quarterly and annual reports in project folders to ensure continued vision alignment and shared data metrics. Last updated 1.31.2019
WORKNOW assisted job placements to date :
705 metro Denver residents have enrolled inWORKNOWsince the partnership launched. Members enroll to get connected to jobs on local projects, access career or family support resources and information, and/or find training to build their skills. (Currently, 32% (244 individuals) of WORKNOWmembers enrolled as incumbent industry workers seeking upskilling or resources.)
WORKNOW enrollments to date:
CORE partners enroll new job seekers and incumbent workers.
Currently, 32% (244 individuals) of WORKNOW members are industry workers seeking upskilling or resources.
As of January 31, 2019, 56% of WORKNOWmembers utilized family support resources. Support services include but are not limited, to gas stipends, emergency food assistance, tool assistance, child care navigation, etc.
CORE partners and stakeholders provide basic skills training, middle-skill upgrades and coaching to build career advancement. Based on member feedback, training courses are offered days, nights and Saturdays.