Subject: Your Support Impacted “The Benchmarking Project | NOCO Partnerships”
In January of 2021, Northern Colorado Health Care and Manufacturing Sector Partnerships were featured along with 5 other top Next Gen partnerships in a “Benchmarking Project” conducted by education and workforce philanthropist Ascendium for Next Gen Partnership.The assessments feature best practices in establishing and growing a successful sector partnership.
Lindsey Woolsey, co-founder of the Institute for Networked Communities, states “NoCO Manufacturing Partnership and the NoCO Healthcare Partnership both continue to stand out nationally, because they consistently show impact on company competitiveness and jobseeker access to good jobs.”
With nearly 100 partnerships across 19 states, the Northern Colorado Partnerships continue to lead the way through well-connected leadership, commitment to industry, community involvement, and an investment in future growth. Recent achievements for each partnership are featured in their annual reports: NoCO Health 2020 Annual Report and NoCO Mfg 2020 Annual Report.
As a key contributor to our Partnership, we are pleased to share this recognition with you and encourage you to take the time to read the profile.
Do you know someone in the healthcare or manufacturing industry that would be interested in growing their network and resources? Membership is free and includes many opportunities to get involved.
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Sylvia Robinson, PhD, SPHR, Tolmar, Inc.
Board Chair, NoCO Manufacturing Sector Partnership
JoAnn Herkenhoff, Community Health Educator, UCHealth
Board Chair, NoCO Health Sector Partnership