Homegrown Ideas: Business Pros Brainstorm Ways to Help Grand County’s Students

January 17, 2020

By Eli Pace, Sky-Hi News

Inside the events center at River Run RV Resort on Wednesday, business leaders, elected officials and school personnel came up with scores of ideas to better connect Grand County’s students to the local economy.

The county is one of eight communities across Colorado selected to participate in the Homegrown Talent Initiative, a new statewide partnership that aims to create homegrown, career-connected learning experiences for students aligned with businesses’ needs.

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