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Social enterprise fellows to serve community

The Barton Institute's Social Enterprise Fellows will be deploying in teams to six projects at five community organizations in January. Read more here.

The barton institute welcomes lydia prado

On January 1, 2018, the Barton Institute will welcome Dr. Lydia Prado as Director of Community Partnerships. As Director of Community Partnerships for the Barton Institute, Dr. Prado will foster, guide, and direct innovative public-private-nonprofit-academic partnerships that will address complex social issues (such as affordable housing, social determinants of health, and economic development) in collaboration with local communities. Read more here.

The Colorado evaluation and action lab is hiring

The Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab is hiring a Deputy Director. The Colorado Lab seeks a Deputy Director with significant experience in government partnerships and designing rigorous research studies. The full job description and application information can be found here.

About the Barton Institute 

In 2016, the University of Denver (DU) and David Miller came together to establish at DU a new Institute for Philanthropy and Social Enterprise, the first of its kind in Colorado.

The Institute is interdisciplinary, bringing together resources from the university and the community to address major social issues. At the Barton Institute, we believe that such issues can only be addressed when the public, private, and nonprofit sectors come together.


Our Mission

To develop or enhance projects that demonstrably improve life for people in Colorado facing difficult challenges.