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CRAFT Mentor

CRAFT Mentor provides up to 50 free hours of mentoring for organizations or businesses wishing to advance a specific tourism-related goal or strategy

CRAFT Mentor exists to stimulate the development of high-quality cultural, heritage, agricultural and outdoor adventure tourism experiences for travelers in Colorado. Guidelines >>

Duration: 50-hour timeframe determined by participant and mentor

Recommended for: Organizations, nonprofits, tourism-related businesses

Rolling online applications throughout the year. Apply >>

Cultural & Heritage Case Studies:

SLVMA Case Study >>
Crestone Case Study >>
Montrose Historical Case Study >>
History Connections of Pueblo >> 
Rio Blanco County Historical Society >>

Culinary & Agritourism Case Studies

Horse & Hen Case Study >>
Loveland Farmers’ Market >>
Berry Patch Farms >>
Mancos Project >>

Want to Be a Mentor?

Are you a subject expert with practical experience in a particular aspect of cultural, heritage, agricultural and outdoor adventure tourism?

Peer Mentor Application Information >>
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Contact

Contact Kara Penn or Elizabeth O'Rear for both mentor and project questions or assistance.

CRAFT Mentor Implementation Grants

After successful completion of CRAFT Mentors, participants are eligible to apply for funding to implement a key priority determined during program.

Up to $1,000 available for a CRAFT Mentor Implementation Grant

  • Rolling online applications throughout year
  • Apply >>
  • Applications open on December 1, 2017
  • Eligible for a maximum of a $1,000 grant to implement a key priority determined during the CRAFT Mentor process

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Additional Funding Support >>

 


Questions?
Please contact Jill Corbin, CTO Director of Destination Development, [email protected]
Elizabeth O’Rear, CTO Manager of Destination Development, [email protected]