APS Digital Badge Endorser Update

June 2016

SAVE THE DATE: Endorser Appreciation Lunch

We have come a long way this year with our Digital Badging Program, and we would like to celebrate our endorsing partners who have supported our work.

Title: Endorser Appreciation Lunch

Date: Wednesday, June 29th

Time: 11:30am-1:00pm

Where: Downtown Denver, location TBD

Lunch will be provided for all attendees. Each endorsing company is invited to bring 2 guests. Digital invitations to confirm your attendance will be sent in the coming weeks as details are being finalized.

2015-2016 Badge Stats

Total Badges Earned (as of 6/9/2016):

  • Journey Badges - 9375
  • Individual Students who have earned a Badge- 5968
  • Summit Badges - 169
  • Total individuals badging: 67
  • Total schools Badging: 24

Badge Endorsers

We are excited that over the course of the year, we have established partnerships with 20 Denver/Metro businesses who have signed on as Badge Endorsers. Thank you to our Badge Endorsers:

Aurora Media Group; American Museum of Western Art; Aurora Public Library; Aurora Schools Federal Credit Union; AutoPros, LLC; Boulder Engineering Studio; Capron Law, LLC; Commerce Kitchen; From the Hip Photo; MindSpark; MobileTV Group; Opera Colorado; Puzzah!; ServiceMaster DSI; SonderMind Counseling; Stanley Marketplace; Universal Mind; Walking Tree Travel; We Don't Waste; and Wold Architects & Engineers

Featured PWR News & Events

Thank you!

Thank you for your continued support of the Digital Badge Initiative, PWR, and most importantly Aurora Public School students. We can't say it enough: your partnership provides opportunities for students that are changing their lives! Thank you for helping them recognize their assets and open doors.

Josh Kusch

Specialist for Program & Partnerships

Aurora Public Schools

"My job is to accelerate the learning for every APS student every day. I do my job by developing programs & parternships with local businesses and universities that create opportunities for APS students to catalyze their credentialed skills to accomplish their career goals. My community needs me to do my job."