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Meet Our Alumni

Alumni - Keep in touch with us!

Stay in touch with us to find out what's happening on campus, with alumni, and in your campus community. Take a minute to tell us your story and share your experiences with upcoming students!

Naomi Cross

Senior Clinical Nurse Coordinator at John Hopkins. Instructor of Maternal Child Health and Caring Science at School of Nursing, Notre Dame of Maryland

Naomi Cross followed her passions toward nursing school in 2004. Through hard work and dedication at CWC, she was able to build the foundations to achieve her greatest goals.

Kenny Fleetwood

Singer/Songwriter - Nashville, TN

Fleetwood remembers his time at CWC fondly. He credits his time in the recording studio on campus as a turning point in his music career.

 H. Kenneth Music

Connie O'Donahue

Screenwriter - Riverton, Wyoming

O’Donahue, who attended CWC because of the film program and the professors, said she knew she would gain the experience she needed for her future in the industry. She said she knew it was a long shot submitting to Sundance but their hard work has helped them beat the odds.

CWC Professor and Alumna Bring Home Best Drama Script from NYTVF

Grace Hartman

Environment Systems Science Student - University of Wyoming, Laramie

In her most recent expedition, Hartman traveled to an altitude of 12,700 feet to collect a snow sample under the guidance of CWC professors Jacki Klancher and Darran Wells.

Keyona Natasha Smith

Certified Nursing Assistant - Arapaho, WY

The experience and knowledge she gained at Central Wyoming College helped shape her future. 

Grant St. Clair

Information Technologist - Ft. Washakie, WY

During his time at CWC, St. Clair could often be found in Herr’s computer lab working on computers and helping students with any issues they had on their computers.

Alumni News
  • Rustler Spotlight: Deb Lashley 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.
  • CWC Launches New and Beginning Farmer Training Program set to begin April 2021 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.
  • Two CWC rodeo cowboys to go to Nationals The final rodeo of the season proved well for two Central Wyoming College rodeo cowboys as they will compete at the College National Finals Rodeo June 12-18.