Latest news and events from CWC
Daniel Oldman is a freshman from Riverton working toward a degree in human services with an emphasis on addiction.
Brayle Crosman, a sophomore from Grantsville, Utah, will graduate this May with a degree in criminal justice.
Riley Haderlie, a sophomore from Star Valley, will graduate this December with a degree in communication.
Central Wyoming College-Jackson is proud to present Inspired Kitchen, a work of art which combines the talents of local culinary, visual and written artists into a beautifully written and illustrated cookbook.
Megan Krahenbuhl is from Riverton, Utah and is studying psychology and communication.
Arts in Action and Central Wyoming College will host the Portland Cello Project on October 15 at 7pm in the Robert A. Peck arts center theater. Tickets cost $15 for adults and $10 for youth and seniors.
Jacen Makeshine is from Ethete, Wyoming and is studying education and science.
Stormi Adams is in her third year at CWC and would like to be an OB/GYN women’s health nurse and is currently in the nursing program.
CWC GEAR UP celebrates National GEAR UP week.
On Sat. Sept. 15 from 10am to noon, Sharon Louden will conduct a professional development workshop that will be broadcast statewide. Central Wyoming College will host the broadcast in the Health Science building, room 100. The Wyoming Arts Council is partnering with the University of Wyoming Art Museum to host a series of events with artist, educator, advocate for artists and editor Louden.