March 30, 2017
THRIVE Conference Saturday, April 8 – Helping residents with low-income build assets
Registration required for this bilingual event
Boulder County, Colo. - The second annual THRIVE bilingual conference on Saturday, April 8, will help Boulder County residents with low income to acquire and build
their assets including homes, money skills, businesses, post-secondary education, and income for aging adults. Participants will learn about available resources, and will have the opportunity to leave the conference with clear, next steps.
What: THRIVE bilingual asset-building conference
When: 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, April 8
Location: Front Range Community College, 2121 Miller Drive, Longmont
Cost: Free, but registration is required
The THRIVE conference brings together experts from around the county to provide workshops in both English and Spanish. Lunch is provided, and a resource fair with local agencies follows the conference.
Learning tracks for the conference include:
- Assets for Older Adults
- Education & Career
- Home Ownership
- Money Skills
The THRIVE conference is made possible through a partnership of local government and non-profit organizations. This year’s partners include Boulder County Community Action Programs, Boulder County Area Agency on Aging, Workforce Boulder County, Boulder County Housing and Human Services, Boulder County Public Health, Foothills United Way, Front Range Community College, and the Small Business Development Center.