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    Programs, usually offered as adjuncts to community college, college or university programs, that provide credit-granting and/or noncredit courses for adults who are seeking specific learning experiences on a part-time or short-term basis for personal enrichment, academic or occupational development after they have left the formal education system. The main purpose of continuing education is to improve upon skills that adults already have.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Community College (Fort Collins) - Front Range Community College (Larimer County)Offers a two-year Community College with a wide variety of academic programs and certificates. Also offers a single-parent program, online learning, continuing education, and corporate training. Larimer CountyFort Collins - Front Range Community College (Larimer County)Front Range Community College (Larimer County)
    Community College (Loveland) - Aims Community CollegeAims Community College is a fully accredited two-year public college with multiple locations in northern Colorado offering degree and certificate programs with daytime, evening, weekend and on-line course offerings. Aims courses are designed to achieve one of two goals: transfer as credit to a four-year university or certify students to step directly into a job role.Larimer CountyLoveland - Aims Community CollegeAims Community College
    Continuing Education - Pueblo Community CollegeOffers a variety of programs ranging from Kids College (grades 1-12), Senior College (ages 55 and over), and Youth Academies (ages 16-21 in collaboration with the Pueblo Workforce Center) that: - introduce individuals to career opportunities - raise awareness of employer exceptions, jobs skills and academic requirements - provide access to a college environment - prepare the youth for the workforce In addition, non-credit classes and one day workshops help individuals stay current with job skills, professional and personal growth. Also provides customized training in customer service, leadership, and management.Pueblo CountyPueblo Community College's Outreach ResourcesPueblo Community College
    Educational Classes - Active MindsProvides educational programs for adults of all ages focusing on contemporary global issues, historical themes, and other matters of importance. Classes are held at various Denver-area locations. Current class topics cover a broad variety of interests and include such subjects as: - Railroads - Japan - Tuskegee Airmen - Climate Change - China's Human Rights Struggle - Renewable Energy - And moreDenver CountyActive MindsActive Minds
    Savings Program - Mile High United WayPersonal Investment Enterprise (PIE) provides an Individual Development Account (IDA) savings program serving Boulder and Broomfield Counties in partnership with Boulder County Community Action Program. The program matches participant savings at a rate of 4-to-1 with public and private sources, specifically for high-cost investments such as home ownership, post-secondary education, and business.Boulder CountyMile High United WayMile High United Way
    Senior Classes - City of Fort CollinsFront Range Forum offers classes in areas such as science, literature, film, geology, history ethics, and social concerns to seniors on a quarterly basis. Classes run once a week for 8 weeks during the day. Trips, one day seminars, free movies and "reads" programs also offered. Larimer CountyFort Collins Senior Center - Fort Collins Senior CenterFort Collins Senior Center
    Support Services for Individuals with Down Syndrome - Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome AssociationServes families of children and adults with Down syndrome, and interested professionals in the Mountain States region by providing the following services: - Peer and community support - Support groups - Information and referral services - Social activities and continuing education programs for adults with Down syndromeDenver CountyRocky Mountain Down Syndrome AssociationRocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association
    Vocational Training - Colorado Mountain College in Steamboat SpringsProvides occupational training in the ski and snowboard industry, resort and golf course management, wilderness studies, and emergency management services. Workforce training and community lifelong learning opportunities are also available.Routt CountyColorado Mountain College in Steamboat SpringsColorado Mountain College in Steamboat Springs

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