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About Colorado: Four Corners Region

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The Four Corners region gets its name from the point at which southwestern Colorado meets the corners of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. The Four Corners region has much to offer. Popular attractions in the area include: Mesa Verde National Park, Chimney Rock National Monument, the Durango/Silverton Narrow Gauge Train and Durango Mountain Ski Resort. The mountains surrounding Durango make it a popular location for outdoor enthusiasts, featuring mountain biking, hiking, fishing and camping.

Workforce Training and Educational Resources

The organizations and resources listed below could help you return to the job market or gain new skills to make you more qualified for jobs in the 21st century economy.

Newly unemployed
Register with the Colorado Workforce Center nearest you.  Here are the Workforce Centers in Southwest Colorado:

Job Training
If you need any additional job training or if you are a veteran, Workforce Center staff will connect you the La Plata County Veterans Service Office, 1970 E. Third Ave, 970-759-0117.

Education
For opportunities to improve your education, the Four Corners region is home to Fort Lewis College and Southwest Community College. They offer two- and four-year degree programs in technical and academic fields that can make you more competitive in today's economy. Each of these campuses offers night classes and flexible schedules, as well as staff to help determine if you might be eligible for financial aid.

Still need help?  Feel free to contact my Four Corners regional office: 970-247-1047

Regional News

Regional Blog

  • Thank You, Colorado

    Wednesday, December 17, 2014

    It has been the greatest privilege of my life to represent my fellow Coloradans and our great state. The statement I entered into the congressional record reflects on my last 18 years in public service. I will be forever grateful to have had the challenge and the opportunity to serve our country.

  • Rebuilding Stronger, One Year Since the Flood

    Thursday, September 11, 2014

    Coloradans have shown time and again that we are not defined by tragedies and disasters, but rather by how we stand united to face them and rebuild together as one community. From the first rainfall in September 2013 until the flood subsided, this unprecedented disaster tested our strength. Though this destruction shook us, it did not break us. 

  • Keeping Faith with the Wilderness Act

    Wednesday, September 3, 2014

    From Colorado's earliest days, connecting with wilderness has been part of what defines us as Westerners. As a lifelong outdoorsman and leader of the Colorado Outward Bound School for 10 years, I can attest to the importance of Colorado's wilderness to our economy and our special way of life.

  • Celebrating Colorado’s Wilderness

    Friday, August 29, 2014

    Colorado is home to awe-inspiring public lands and natural treasures. We can thank the Wilderness Act of 1964 for preserving special places like Maroon Bells, the Great Sand Dunes and large swaths of Rocky Mountain National Park. This forward-thinking legislation ensures generations of Coloradans can experience and enjoy these places — and many others across the country — in their natural states.

 
Regional Offices

Northwest Region
P.O. Box 866
Clark, CO 80428
P: 303-650-7820

Northeast Region
801 8th Street
Suite 140A
Greeley, CO 80631
P: 970-356-5586

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West Slope Region
400 Rood Avenue
Suite 220
Grand Junction, CO 81501
P: 970-245-9553

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Denver Metro Area Region
999 18th Street
Suite 1525, North Tower
Denver, CO 80202
P: 303-650-7820

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Southern Colorado Region
107 West B Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
P: 719-542-1701

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Four Corners Region
954 East 2nd Avenue
Suite 106
Durango, CO 81301
P: 970-247-1047

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Pikes Peak Region
2880 International Circle
Suite 107
Colorado Springs, CO 80910
P: 719-471-3993

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San Luis Valley Region Office
609 Main Street
Suite 205
Alamosa, CO 81101
P: 719-589-2101

Regional Information

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