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Events, Access, and Opportunities in the Community

CCA has a new and unique Music & Entertainment Entrepreneurship program (started Fall 2018) that all CCSD counselors/post sec advisors need to know about for their creatively-inclined students.

Are You Interested in an Exciting Career In The Music And Entertainment Industry? | Community College of Aurora in Colorado: Aurora, Denver Metro, and Online

We have two associate degrees to help you get started. Our program gives you what you need to know about the music business: including music production skills, and music performance training, so you can successfully plan and start your career in the rapidly evolving music and entertainment industry!

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The Denver Mayor's Youth Commission is now
accepting applications for the 2019-2020 term!

The Mayor's Youth Commission provides youth the opportunity to develop leadership skills and advise the Mayor and the director of the Office of Children's Affairs on issues impacting youth living in the City and County of Denver. Youth commissioners work together with adult commissioners to make recommendations in the areas of:

  • Developing procedures and processes
  • Accessing and participating in citywide programs
  • Ensuring equal rights and opportunities through legislation or administrative action
  • Establishing goals and action plans

Applications for the 2019 - 2020 school year are open Jan. 1 - Mar. 8, 2019!

Selected commissioners can serve up to a three-year term limit.
Meetings are scheduled during the eveningthe 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month, during the school year.

Youth Apply Here: Must be a Denver resident or attending Denver Public Schools (high school) in 2019 - 2020.
Adults Apply Here: Must be employed with a youth-serving organization or the City and County of Denver.

Denver Mayor Youth Commission.pdf

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