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A gift to Emily Griffith is a solid investment.

For every $1 invested in Emily Griffith, there is a $10 annual benefit to the local economy.


$62.3M

Annual economic impact of Emily Griffith Technical College (EGTC) on the Denver region

$2.2B

Total economic & human capital impact of EGTC on the Denver region between 2006-2016

$1 = $10

Every $1 invested in EGTC returns a $10 benefit to the local economy

$1 = $7

On average, every $1 invested by an EGTC student yields $7 in annual earning potential

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2M

Students served by EGTC in its 100 year history

2,000+

Refugees and immigrants served annually in EGTC's English Language Acquisition program, the oldest in the state

100%

All EGTC students benefit from Emily Griffith Foundation's (EGF) support and graduate WITHOUT student loan debt

 

650

EGTC students directly benefit from EGF scholarship support annually

$5M

Awarded in scholarships since EGF's inception in 1990

$1M

Contributed in financial support to EGTC in 2015 alone

99%

Licensure rate of EGTC alumni, one of the highest in the state

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89%

EGTC student completion rate, one of the highest in Colorado

81%

Job placement rate of EGTC graduates, one of the highest in the state

100%

EGTC's Video Production, Real Estate, and Esthetician programs have full completion rates


ECONOMIC IMPACT

BBC Research & Consulting completed a report on the economic impact of Emily Griffith Technical College. 

Key report findings include:

  • On average, every $1 of state investment in EGTC yields a $10 annual benefit to the local economy.
  • On average, every $1 invested by an individual student yields $7 in annual earning potential.
  • ECTC’s total 10-year impact is more than $2B.

TOUCHING TOMORROW SYMPOSIUM

More than 30 distinguished educators, business leaders, and students joined Emily Griffith Foundation for a leadership roundtable on the future of workforce education in November 2016. 

The group’s individual and collective expertise was used to identify priorities to help guide policymakers, business leaders, and educators on the future of workforce development. 


STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS

Many of our students overcome great obstacles in their quest for education and a better life.

From battling homelessness and fleeing violence to learning English and navigating single parenthood, the determination of our students to succeed and make the most of their opportunities at Emily Griffith is truly inspiring. 

Your support creates opportunity for all!


A gift to Emily Griffith is a solid community investment.