January 30: Adult Education in Colorado MONDAYS on ZOOM at NOON Sign up below!

Adult Education & the Future of Work
Dear CSLC members & friends,

You’re invited to join us next Monday for our next program.
We’ll gather online on Monday, January 30 at noon to discuss adult education in Colorado.

We’ll feature a panel consisting of legislative, advocacy, and education experts to discuss the future of work and adult-focused education programs across the state.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Register here to receive the Zoom link
Legislation for consideration by CSLC
Senate Bill 23-007, Adult Education – concerning enhancing adult education in Colorado
(Sens. Rachel Zenzinger & Barbara Kirkmeyer).
 Read the bill text here.
Panelists for January 30
Rep. Cathy Kipp 
(invited)House District 52
Rep. Kipp has served in the Colorado House since January of 2019.
She currently serves as the State Representative for House District 52 which covers much of both south and east Fort Collins.
She currently chairs the House Energy and Environment Committee, and serves on the House Finance Committee.
Katherine Keegan
Colorado Office of the Future of Work
Katherine Keegan is the Director of the Office of the Future of Work in the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.
She leads the state’s efforts to raise awareness about the future of work, build digital equity, and, through the State Apprentice-ship Agency, expand access to registered apprenticeship programs.
Cathy Slaymaker
Colorado Mountain College
Cathy Slaymaker is the Adult High School Diploma Program Coordinator and Adjunct Faculty member at Colorado Mountain College.

For 17 years prior to that she ran the in-facility Pre-Release Program for the Colorado Department of Corrections, Adult Parole and Comm-unity Corrections Division. 
Paula Schriefer
Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning
Paula Schriefer became President and Chief Executive Officer of Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning in 2014.

She is responsible for Spring Institute’s overall financial health, strategic direction, and programmatic success to achieve the organization’s mission of empowering individuals and organizations to succeed across languages and cultures.
Jocelyne Bisimwa
Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning
Jocelyne Bisimwa joined Spring Institute as Adult Education Lead Instructor in August 2021.
Originally from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, she studied biology and chemistry at College at Université Catholique de Bukavu for three years before relocating to Uganda, where she tutored French to English speakers at Elite International Education Center and provided individual English tutoring. She immigrated to the United States in 2018.
Membership Information
Don’t forget, you can become a CSLC member or renew your membership for 2023 online, right now!
Renewing your membership or becoming a new member is affordable and easy.

To pay online, simply follow the corresponding link below:

$5 student membership
$25 individual membership
$50 organizational membership
We look forward to seeing you on Monday!
Upcoming Programs
February 6:
Renters’ Rights
February 13: TBA
February 20
No Program (Presidents’ Day)
2023 Executive Committee
Chair: Randle Loeb
Treasurer: Cynthia Wadle
Secretary & Membership Chair: Susan Stark
Legislative Chair: Chaer Robert
Communications: Peter Severson
Members at Large: Sarah Barnes, Dave DeLay, Aubrey Wilde, MJ Coleman, Benjamin Dunning
Contact:cslc.news@gmail.com
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