ACEC is humble (and busy) and doesn’t often promote all the GREAT work and impactful outcomes of career-readiness programs and partnerships. ACEC updates news from our organization and good work in the community (when possible). You can help. If your company has published any media content or news that relates to its work with ACEC, please share it with us and we’ll post it here, too. Contact Andrea Autobee-Trujillo:

June 2020 Newsletter

    What's Happening at ACEC?       Hello ACEC Community, As all of our lives have changed significantly over the last several months, ACEC remains committed to enhancing career awareness and career development skills for Adams County students … Read More

ACEC and Goodwill Receive Thriving Work-based Learning Community Grant

Contact:Chuck Gross, Adams County Education ACEC and Goodwill Receive Thriving Work-based Learning Community Grant July 21, 2020 – Adams County Education Consortium (ACEC) and Discover Goodwill of Southern & Western Colorado and Goodwill Industries of Denver (collectively known as Goodwill of … Read More

ACMCYA Seeking Nominations

Adams County Mayors and Commissioners Youth Awards (ACMCYA) is an annual award program that seeks to recognize youth in grades 6-12, up to 20-years-old, who have overcome adversity in their lives and are making a positive difference. You can nominate … Read More

August 2019 Newsletter

    What's Happening at ACEC?       First Electrical Apprenticeship Scholarship Awarded to Adams County Youth In May, Adams County Education Consortium (ACEC) and the Independent Electrical Contractors Association Rocky Mountain (IECRM) awarded their first electrical apprenticeship scholarship … Read More


What's Happening at ACEC? 2018 Backpacks to Briefcases Denver, CO –Nearly 500 Adams County high school students participated in Adams County Education Consortium Backpacks to Briefcases event on Thursday, March 22, 2018. This year ACEC partnered with Metropolitan State University … Read More

September is Workforce Development Month in Colorado

A proclamation issued by Governor John Hickenlooper names September as Workforce Development Month. In it's 14th year, with various events taking place in September including Job fairs, workshops, open houses, hiring events, employer seminars and more.   The emphasis this year will … Read More