CWC Lander hosts Bridges Out of Poverty workshop

CWC Lander hosts Bridges Out of Poverty workshop
A daylong workshop aimed at service providers, educators and business owners whose daily work connects with people living in poverty is hosted by Central Wyoming College at its Lander Center Jan. 25.
 
The Bridges Out of Poverty workshop provides participants detailed analysis and specific tools, solutions and strategies that may be implemented immediately.
 
The 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. session is led by certified instructors Hattie Penny and Tim Thorson of Circles Wyoming. It is based in part on Ruby Payne’s myth-shattering A Framework for Understanding Poverty.
 
The $50 course fee includes lunch and a book. Educators can earn a half PTSB credit for participation. To reserve a spot, register by Jan. 16 by calling Joanne Slingerland at (307) 332-3394 or email jslingerland@cwc.edu.
 
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