Man wishing to fulfill his dreams for himself and his child seeks local Dreamweavers to jumpstart the journey. Are you out there? Yes, we are.

My name is Chris; I’ve lived in Cripple Creek all my life.
I would like to thank Denise Wilson, Job Coach at the Aspen Mine Center’s Workforce Center,
along with Annie Durham and the CC-V School District for putting together the Adult Learning
Program. It has had a great influence on me to become more in many ways that will lead me
to a satisfying and productive life.
I came to them seeking a more interesting job and one with greater financial rewards than
I had managed to achieve so far. After carefully listening to my current situation and desires for
improvement, they suggested that a position in our local gaming industry might be just what I was
looking for. So, with their assistance, I attended one of the Gaming License presentations, which
made me more informed on gaming procedures and offered valuable information regarding the
gaming industry. It encouraged me to move forward and apply for a gaming license class.
They also assisted me with the entire application process and set up an appointment for the class.
They even paid for the class fee. This was greatly appreciated as I am a single father working to
support his daughter. The class was very informative and did not take up more than a couple hours
of my day.
Living in such a small town as this one is, I am amazed at the large number of resources available
here for people who need help obtaining a job or need help to create a better home life. Thank
you to everybody at the Adult Learning Program as well as Denise and Annie for all that they do
for our community.
And a special big shout-out to Denise Wilson for all her help and support.

–  C.V.

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