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  • Summer Food Service Program

    Ensure Colorado Children Have Access to Healthy Meals this Summer

    Summer Food Service Program now recruiting help

    The Colorado Department of Education's Office of School Nutrition is seeking sponsors, sites or state partners to ensure children continue to receive healthy meals during the summer when many don't have access to them. The Summer Food Service Program fills the gap.

    Ensure summer meals are available in your community. Become a program sponsor, meal site or state partner, To learn more, please visit the Summer Food Service Program. You can also contact:

    Carrie Thielen
    Principal Consultant
    Colorado Department of Education, School Nutrition Unit
    E-mail: thielen_c@cde.state.co.us
    Phone: 303-866-6759

    Don't forget—parents and children can receive help with finding nearby sites by:

    - Texting FOOD or COMIDA to 877-877

    - Visiting www.kidsfoodfinder.org

  • Now Hiring 2020 Census Takers

    Apply to be A 2020 Census Taker

    2020Census.gov/jobs

    Looking for a job with good pay, flexible hours and the opportunity to shape your community? Then Census 2020 is looking for you. Be a Census Taker. Strong need for bilingual applicants. Watch this video to learn more.

  • One Book Colorado Returns for 9th Year

    One Book Colorado Returns for 9th Year

    Watch for winning book April 2020

    Will it be The Greatest Adventure by Tony Piedrea; The Little Red Fort by Brenda Maier and Sonia Sanchez; or Very Impatient Caterpillar by Ross Burach? Although four-year-olds will have to wait until April for the answer, they can still Watch the videos of all three finalists being read (English and Spanish) in the meantime.

    One Book Colorado is a statewide collaboration between Lt. Governor Dianne Primavera’s office, Serve Colorado, the Colorado State Library, the Colorado Department of Education, the Denver Preschool Program, Denver7, Mile High United Way, public and military libraries statewide, the private sector, and the nonprofit and foundation communities. The program provides every four-year-old in Colorado with a free copy of the same book – in English or Spanish – in an effort to promote early literacy skills, help families serve as their child’s first and most important teachers, and foster a culture of reading.

  • Colorado Census 2020

  • Western Region OneSource

    Western Region One Source

    Accepting Sponsorship & Service Provider Applications

    Western Region One Source (WROS) connects veterans, military service members, and their families with service providers and resources to enhance their opportunities and quality of life.

    Located at 482 28 Road in Grand Junction, WROS is close to the Grand Junction VA Medical Center. This major veteran-serving medical facility is already a destination for about 15,000 veterans. WROS is slated to serve more than 40,000 Colorado service members, veterans and their families living in 24 counties along the Western Slope.

    The Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) is accepting sponsorship and partnership applications. DMVA's goal is to raise about $250,000 through sponsorships to cover the cost of furniture and equipment. Community veteran service providers can rent space in the 14,000-square-foot facility.

    Help make this great resource even greater—become a sponsor or service provider!

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