The Cheyenne Mountain School District is located in the southwest corner of beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado. The District has a total enrollment of approximately 4,600 students in preschool through twelfth grade. There are a total of five elementary schools offering grades K-6, and one preschool. The District has one junior high school for grades 7-8, • Read More »
Every semester, the City of Colorado Springs Internship Program hires college students to work part-time to gain experience in municipal government. This program was developed to give students the opportunity for a hands-on experience with City staff, to learn about local government, and to gain professional experience while going to school. This experience will allow • Read More »
Colorado Division of Vocational Rehab (DVR)DVR is committed to helping our employer partners find candidates who are skilled, loyal, and committed to your success. Even after placement, employers and employees get ongoing support from DVR’s professional staff, including job training, guidance on the ADA regulations, and information on disability and employment guidelines. We can also • Read More »
The Colorado Springs Black Chamber of Commerce goal is to build forums for the Black community in social and business activities.
The Hispanic Chamber is dedicated to providing opportunities and resources to all businesses and individuals, with a focus on the Hispanic community and its culture.
To improve the health and well-being of our community consistent with our Osteopathic heritage (719)635-9057.
District 11 has 60 schools, all of which are working to serve students with individualized programs designed to meet their specific needs. D-11 has International Baccalaureate programs at the elementary, middle and high school level and programs like CORE Knowledge, Advanced Placement, a unique Gifted and Talented program, a comprehensive Career and Technology Education program • Read More »
Crossfire Ministries, Inc. is a faith based, non-profit, Christian organization dedicated to being a source of encouragement and hope to those in need. We provide food, clothing, and basic living necessities, and offer guidance, instruction, and opportunities for participation in activities that promote and encourage financial and social responsibility. Interns have a choice of client • Read More »
The CU Aging Center (CUAC) is a community-based non-profit mental health services facility administered by the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS), and is the primary practicum training site for the APA-accredited clinical geropsychology Ph.D. program.