Platte River Networks helped create and is directly involved in the Women In Technology Scholarship, created in 2013 to assist and motivate Denver Public High School Seniors to pursue a degree in technology. The disparity of men to women working in the technology field continues to grow. We welcome all applicants pursuing any degree related to technology which can include business, marketing, sales, engineering, design, etc.
In order to ensure our customers recycle responsibly, we provide them complimentary e-waste technology recycling. We partner with Techno Rescue – a fully certified Colorado Electronics Recycling and Data Destruction E-waste company. It is illegal and socially irresponsible to throw your electronics in the trash. Responsible electronics recycling also includes the safe and proper disposal of data still residing on old technology.
Platte River Networks is a founding partner of the Denver Biz Tech Expo (DBTE)– the premier technology event in Colorado for business. DBTE attracts over 60 of the leading cloud, hardware, software and service vendors from across the country and over 800 business decision makers from over 500 Colorado companies-small to enterprise across every industry.
Platte River Networks, Healthy Learning Paths, and Olympic Gold Medalist Frank Shorter are on a mission. We want all kids to be healthy and happy. The annual Frank Shorter RACE4Kids’ Health 5K and unique Health Odyssey Expo, where science, engineering and health collide for Kids, and empowers children and families to lead healthy lives. Proceeds benefit Healthy Learning Paths, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
Big Idea Project is a not-for-profit organization that brings local communities together to develop and empower our nation’s future generous leaders. Through our sponsorship, we work with Horizon’s Big Idea Project teachers and students to encourage and advise young leaders to provide real-world learning opportunities, foster students’ career goals, and build a lasting relationship with Horizon.