Having the opportunity to be a guest speaker at CWEE has been such a rewarding experience.
– Amanda Hildebrandt, Educational Opportunity Center
Presenting at CWEE is an enjoyable and worthwhile experience. The participants are fun, interactive and willing to learn.
– Linda Hicks, Premier Members
CWEE has given me the confidence I need and brought me some hope through this difficult time in my life. I am really grateful to be here.
– Michelle, CWEE Participant
CWEE has developed strong relationships with a variety of employer partners in the Denver metro area.
Internships provide an excellent opportunity to train and try out an employee before committing to an expensive hiring process. CWEE internships are generally 12 weeks, part-time and unpaid.
There are a variety of ways employers and their employees can engage with CWEE and its participants:
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a federal income tax credit that encourages employers to hire eleven targeted groups of job seekers who begin work before September 1, 2011.