Gilmore prizes education, and we’re ending the 2013-14 academic year with lots of success stories. Among them:

Colorado Association of Black Professional Engineers and Scientists. Throughout the academic year, Gilmore founder Jake Gilmore makes time each week to lead after-school instruction for … The year wrapped up in May with CABPES’ 33rd annual celebratory banquet, where young, aspiring engineers and scientists demonstrated some of their work and explained how CAPBES has inspired them to pursue advanced studies in the sciences.

Students who make us proud. Congratulations to Arianna Gilmore for her induction into the National Honor Society. She is the daughter of director of business development Vince Gilmore and a former Gilmore intern. She represents our company’s continued commitment to working with youth to help them succeed in their education.

We’re also proud to announce the graduation of Sterling Gilmore from East High School in Denver. Sterling interned with our company.
Jalaya Gilmore, granddaughter of Gilmore founders Jake and Edweena Gilmore, was named a Young Emerging Leader through the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. Jalaya was also a participant in the Colorado Association of Black Professional Engineers and Scientists (CABPES) JETS Program throughout the 2014-15 school year.

Summer reading — and enrichment. We’re already building a foundation for a strong 2014-15 school year! On May 15, we helped some of the 300 John Amesse Elementary School students who attended the MHS-Read12 Book Fair have new books to challenge their reading skills this summer. Each student who attended the fair received 12 books.