Latest news and events from CWC
Central Wyoming College’s Dean of Workforce and Community Education (WACE) Lynne McAuliffe was presented the Outstanding Individual Performance Award at the 7th annual Governor’s Summit on Workforce Solutions.
Central Wyoming College has been awarded a $230,000 federal grant to continue its successful Talent Search program.
A Native American headdress, estimated to be more than 100 years old, was donated to Central Wyoming College’s collection by a neighbor of Alice and Fred Nicol.
Two Central Wyoming College athletes received academic achievement awards from the National Junior College Athletic Association.
Central Wyoming College is renewing an emphasis in agriculture education and Ben Rux is leading the charge.
Heidi Beirich, who leads one of the most highly regarded non-governmental operations monitoring hate groups and extremism in the world, is the featured speaker at Central Wyoming College Monday, Feb. 27.
The Lander Photo Group is exhibiting photographs at the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Gallery at Central Wyoming College from Dec. 1 to Feb. 11.
Many of the lead roles in Central Wyoming College’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream are first-semester freshman.
A second year Central Wyoming College nursing student from Jackson details a 10-day medical mission trip to Ethiopia Friday, November 18 at over the college’s interactive classroom network to room 106 of the CWC Professional-Technical Center.
New York Times bestselling author Craig Johnson talks about his newest Walt Longmire mystery Hell is Empty at Central Wyoming College Wednesday, November 2.