President Joél Orozco Almeida shares a message about the future of CoCEAL
 and other announcements.
Save the Date Fall 2020 Membership Meeting
Friday, November 6, 2020
Seeking Facilitators for CoCEAL Charlas
Free Virtual Event
The Latino Community Foundation of Colorado is pleased to be hosting free virtual events that provide learning opportunities to allow community members to share stories and keep the community connected. Check out this event and click on them to register.
The City of Denver Offers
No Cost Anti-Discrimination
Resource in Four Languages 
The Denver Anti-Discrimination Office launched a video in four languages, English, Spanish, Vietnamese and Mandarin, to remind Denver residents that discrimination is illegal and that if they believe they’ve been a victim within the city’s boundaries, cost assistance is available. 
Andrea Rascon is the new College Success and Career Advisor of the Puentes Program at KIPP Colorado Schools. The Puentes Program is dedicated to providing support services for DACA & Undocumented students #toandthrough
college into careers.
Congratulations Andrea!
Despite the uncertainty that is ahead of us, we wish you good luck as our colleges and universities return to campus this month! We are all in this together, as a comunidad!
CoCEAL now has a Twitter account!
Follow us @CoCEALC!
What's Happening?
¿Que Onda? What's happening? was created to keep us connected by sharing news of life happenings, stories, events, accomplishments, milestones, birthdays, etc. Please use this platform to share what is happening in our communities. So andale, spill the tea! Can't wait to hear from you all. Submit your story in the link below.
In the News:
Here’s How One University Is Cutting Tuition 25% In The Midst Of The Pandemic

By Alison Griffin | August 12, 2020

National University, a 50-year old nonprofit institution in California, was putting a plan in place that would reduce the cost of attendance by as much as 25 percent.
Analysis: Hundreds of Colleges and Universities Show
Financial Warning Signs

By Sarah Butrymowicz & Pete D'amato | August 4, 2020

Researchers and experts say that added pressures of the pandemic on the financial strain of American higher education could lead to waves of closings.
New Study: College Students Who Get Tested Every Two Days Can Return to Campus Safely

By Susan Adams | July 31, 2020
study published today says that college students living on campus can be kept safe from contracting the coronavirus if they are tested every two days for Covid-19. The study pegs the cost at $470 per student per semester.
CoCEAL is committed to providing our members to the latest job openings in the state of Colorado. Please know we are working hard to have the latest postings updated weekly so that members can have access to job openings in real time. Concurrently, this job board would not be possible without the participation of our member institutions and other organizations that are committed to the diversification of their workforce and the hiring of latinx people. Please feel free to share the google form link below with your Human Resources departments and other organizations that would like to post job announcements on our job board.