If you know of a group or individual dedicated to preparing workers for the 21st century workforce, the Good News Breakfast steering committee wants to hear about it. The committee is looking for …
If you know of a group or individual dedicated to preparing workers for the 21st century workforce, the Good News Breakfast steering committee wants to hear about it.
The committee is looking for unsung heroes for its 28th annual Good News Breakfast, which is April 24 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds, 15200 W. 6th Ave., Golden. The theme this year is “Jeffco at Work: Providing Pathways for a Changing World.”
Honorees will be those working to prepare youth, adults and/or seniors for the workforce through support, encouragement and sometimes, simply by impacting their lives in a significant way. Ten honorees will be recognized at the breakfast for their positive impact in the community.
Anyone in Jefferson County can nominate a person or a group. Honorees will be those who:
• Made a difference and positively and unselfishly impacted youth, adults, and/or seniors in preparing for the 21st century workforce.
• Provided opportunities such as mentoring, intern programs, formal or informal education, job skills training, and job placement for members of the Jeffco community.
• Inspired others to pursue contemporary, fresh and/or unique alternatives for career paths.
If an individual is nominated because of his/her job responsibilities, the nominator should explain how the individual goes above and beyond job requirements.
Nomination forms must be submitted by Friday, Feb. 16. The forms, as well as more information about nominations, are available from www.goodnewsjeffco.org or from Lesa Moseley LesaM@jcmh.org.