Come to the Western Pathways Conference in Denver this May!
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Come to the Western Pathways Conference in Denver this May!

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  • William Symonds/Global Pathways Institute

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The Western Pathways Conference will provide an opportunity to learn more about the cutting-edge pathways work being done by other Western states. The Conference will feature presentations from several Governors, business leaders, educators, and thought leaders from around the West.

With 10 to 12 states working to form teams to send to the conference, this will be a unique opportunity to network with your counterparts from other states.

The second reason to attend the 2017 Western Pathways Conference is the stunning location in beautiful downtown Denver.  Attendees will have the opportunity to take part interactive field trips to places like the National Cybersecurity Center, the Lockheed Martin Radio Frequency (RF) Space Systems Research Center with University of Colorado Boulder, or to some of the nation’s exemplary career-and-technical campuses and programs.

Sign up for our reserved , premium seating at Coors Field for a Rockies vs. Dodgers match up, or explore downtown Denver at the doorstep of the Conference Venue.  

The Arizona State Team will be co-led by Sandra Watson, President & CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority, and Dick Foreman, President & CEO of the Arizona Business & Education Coalition. The Arizona Action Plan created at the Conference will inspire efforts to improve our education and workforce development system in Arizona.

The Conference room block at the Denver Marriott City Center is filling up fast, so book now to receive the discounted room rate of $169.


May 11-13

Denver Marriott City Center

1701 California St, Denver, CO 80202


Global Pathways Institute is honored to partner with four terrific organizations for the 2017 Western Pathways Conference: Colorado Business Roundtable, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Education Commission of the States, Business-Higher Education Forum and Colorado Workforce Development Council