CWC kicks off Entrepreneurship Program

CWC kicks off Entrepreneurship Program
Central Wyoming College officially kicks off its new Entrepreneurship Program with two summer session offerings.
Using its share of a $2.7 million Department of Labor grant awarded to CWC and two other Wyoming community colleges, CWC is developing the program as well as an Innovation Institute, targeting people who wish to initiate or finance a new enterprise or business.
This summer, business instructor Eric Heiser teaches “Advertising and Sales” (MTK 1000) and “Entrepreneurial Mindset” (ENTR1500).
The marketing course is offered online from May 29 to July 27 to help students to gain the understanding of advertising and other mass communications market practices.
He also teaches “Entrepreneurial Mindset,” assisting students with their mindset as applied to their own entrepreneurial potential, Heiser said. This course meets Mondays from June 11 to July 27 from 10 a.m. to noon.
For more information on how to register for these classes, contact Heiser at (307) 855-2038.


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