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CLIENT TESTIMONIALS “…Thank you so much for being such a great support to Jamie. She loves her job and it warms our heart to see her so happy and feeling like she is part of the community. We have you and your agency to thank for that. Many Blessings to you. Tama [Jamie’s mom]”     […]

Happy New Year – Community Leaders

Community Leaders by Rob Brazell I’d like to thank Steve Zimmermann and Howard Foster, my pilot and Mission Assistant on a recent Angel Flight West mission to serve R2W clients.  They made a material sacrifice that enabled me to realize R2W’s mission and I am deeply grateful. I’ve taken many Angel Flights over the years.  […]

In Loving Memory – Alfred “Ray” Brazell

When I was a green rookie cop in Pinedale 1972, Ray was my backup on a domestic call.  The guy at the domestic had a shotgun waving it around.  Being a rookie I was scared to death.  Ray calmly walked up to the guy and jerked the shotgun out of his hands.  Ray was always […]

R2W’s 18th Annual Dinner Party & Award Ceremony

R2W celebrated last year’s award recipients at Summit Church in Denver, Colorado on April 20th, 2016.  It was an inspiring event.  See photos and read more about it on our Facebook page. 2015 – Blastoff!   R2W launches its Mentor program under Admiral Young’s guidance R2W participates in Military & Veterans Employment Expos (MVEE), hosts […]

R2W Connects With CU’s Volunteer Resource Center

Get ready for CU’s Spring 2016 Volunteer Fair! Start your new year off with helping others and come join Project: Return To Work (R2W) and other organizations to learn more about the volunteer and internship positions available. Project: Return To Work has many STEM internships available including, assistant job developer, assistant employment specialist, assistant technical […]

2015 Day of Caring – 9/11

August 14, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Help Needed at United Way’s 2015 Day of Caring to Connect Veterans with Jobs   BOULDER—Project: Return to Work, Inc. (R2W) helps returning veterans, including wounded warriors, and disabled citizens to find meaningful careers with living wages.   The non-profit organization is seeking 25 volunteers to man its […]

Home from War: Military Expo offers vets help finding jobs

by Jeremy Hubbard When Marine Lance Corporal Kaleb McCarthy returned home from war last Saturday night, his loving family wasn’t the only thing awaiting him here in Colorado.  So was reality. The soldier from Craig, Colorado – who turned 22 Wednesday – is just back from the front lines in Afghanistan, and gets out of […]

Donor Appreciation

We would like to thank Scott Brazell for donating $1,000 Platinum Sponsorship.  His good spirit is keeping our mission alive and well. Scott is a veteran from the United States Army.  He served from 1971 – 1973.  He cares deeply about other veterans and their families.  “I wanted to do this for a long time and […]

A New Model

We plan to post 1,000 new jobs in the next two months.  (Click here to volunteer) We did not post jobs in our previous model.  Applicants registered once for all careers.  Then applicants were invited to careers that they qualified for (by invitation only).  Now, applicants can still register once and wait to be invited to job […]

Welcome Home for the Holidays

Happy  New Year!   The Holiday Continues     Epiphany Polish Fruit Cake – In the United States, in Colorado around Manitou Springs, Epiphany is marked by the Great Fruitcake Toss. Fruitcakes are thrown, participants dress as kings, fools, etc., and competitions are held for the farthest throw, the most creative projectile device, etc. As with customs in […]