DENVER (CBS4) – Dianne Myles is getting help to achieve her dream from a unique Emily Griffith Foundation program called the Emily Griffith 360 Fund. This program helps pay the other costs of education — the costs of life.
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Worker shortages have grown so severe at Denver restaurants that industry leaders have partnered with Emily Griffith Technical College to offer a free four-week course to anyone interested in learning how to become an entry-level line or prep cook.
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - The Emily Griffith Technical College has an annual $62.3 million economic impact on the Denver region, according to a new economic analysis report produced by Denver-based BBC Research & Consulting.
THE DENVER POST - Construction Careers Now will train people just starting out in their careers and older adults changing industries, educating participants on various construction-career paths, basic math, safety and blueprint reading, along with other basics at the Emily Griffith Technical College in Denver.
THE DENVER POST - To some people, Emily Griffith is just a name on a school in downtown Denver: the Emily Griffith Technical College, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.But to others, she’s a visionary whose legacy speaks to one of the most critical issues of modern times.
THE DENVER POST –The foundation that supports Emily Griffith Technical College has laid claim to a prime corner in downtown Denver where it plans to build a high-rise, mixed-use development that would advance the school’s mission and support the surrounding community.