Central Wyoming College has been awarded a $277,000 Pre-Hire Skill Training Grant from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services (DWS), effective March 1, 2021. This grant, part of the Workforce Development Training Fund, provides funding for healthcare certificate programs in high-demand occupations throughout the CWC service area.
Central Wyoming College recently added an eSports team and is competing through the National Junior College Athletic Association, Esports division. The eSports team started this spring and is being coached by Adam Simon, CWC athletic trainer.
As a recipient of the prestigious Jefferson Science Fellowship, Central Wyoming College alumnus and California State University (CSU), Fresno professor Mohan Dangi will spend a year in Washington, D.C. as an environmental sustainability advisor to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
The 2020 fall semester grades have been computed and more than 180 students have earned the honor of appearing on the president’s and the dean’s list at Central Wyoming College.
The Central Wyoming College theatre department has announced that the spring musical “Carousel” has been canceled due to the continuation of COVID-19 outbreaks and health concerns from the pandemic.
Central Wyoming College and the ALICE Training Institute have teamed up to bring ALICE Instructor Certification Training to Riverton, Wyoming on July 22-23. The course will be at CWC in the health science building room 100 at 8 am.
Tired of the status quo, activist Heather Smith was ready to dive into a new endeavor to help women regain control of personal healthcare decisions.
Deb Lashley is in her second year at CWC and is in the nursing program. Her desire to become a nurse comes from her experience years ago as a CNA.
Central Wyoming College announced Jan. 19 the launch of its newest agricultural program to teach new and beginning farmers the skills to begin their own successful, small-scale farm businesses. The hands-on crop production practicum and farm business training course will take place at CWC’s Alpine Science Institute and will start April 5.
Central Wyoming College uses the IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) grant to foster coordination, development, and resource sharing in the expansion of multidisciplinary research.