Located amidst the vibrant landscape of Jackson Hole, CWC Start Up Institute provides a rigorous 10-week "boot-camp" course for entrepreneurs designed to provide students with proven tools, frameworks and skills that winning companies utilize to launch successful business ideas.
Central Wyoming College Board Chair Charlie Krebs has announced the search for the institution's next president has been narrowed to three finalists who have been invited to campus April 15-16 for public presentations and interviews with the trustees.
Central Wyoming College is hosting a family retreat for children and families living with type I diabetes.
A presentation on Eye to Eye, a program that pairs children with learning disorders with high school and college mentors, is open to the public.
Central Wyoming College is offering volunteer service to organizations and individuals in Fremont County on Friday, February 14.
Central Wyoming College is seeking community input to involve students in activities outside the classroom.
National Geographic writer Mark Jenkins speaks at Central Wyoming College about his latest adventure with Asian tribesmen who access their hunting grounds on ancient-style skis Thursday, March 27.
A team of volunteers who lead the local Alternatives to Violence Project make a presentation at Central Wyoming College on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m.
Central Wyoming College Theatre Department presents George Orwell's 1984 CWC's first major production of the year, George Orwell's "1984" will debut in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Thursday October 16, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
New is a word that very easily describes the Central Wyoming College Foundation. The CWC Foundation has new energy, new ideas, and a new location.