CWC announces two retirees this summer, Jewel Dirks, professor of psychology and Deb Starks, counselor and disabilities coordinator.
Sandy Schultz Hessler, instructor of the Central Wyoming College Start-Up Intensive in Jackson has been nominated for the 2018 Wyoming Women of Influence award. She was nominated in the Business and Business Services category.
As the New York Television Festival came to a close today, Central Wyoming College’s own professor, Jeremy Nielsen, and alumna, Connie O’Donahue, will come home with best drama script.
In just two short years Zack Ward will earn an associate’s degree from Central Wyoming College in culinary arts, a path Ward never dreamed would lead him to not only an education but obtaining the work experience needed to become successful.
In December 2017, Christina Chong Tsen Ye joined the Central Wyoming College admissions team to increase efforts to recruit more international students to CWC. Since she has started, applications for enrollment for international students have increased from six in June of 2017 to more than 65 in May of 2018, with more applicants coming in each week.
After working in retail for more than 10 years, Cameron Fehring decided to create a musical about his experiences working in customer service. His musical “The Retail Song Cycle,” is an amalgam of good and bad experiences working with customers.
On Wednesday, June 6, please join Central Wyoming College and Silicon Couloir for the 5 year anniversary of the Start Up Intensive.
The Central Wyoming College Foundation and CWC announced the arrival of Executive Director Beth Monteiro to her position today.
Central Wyoming College Dean of Students, Steve Barlow, received the Jackie Freeze Award for Outstanding Commitment to Student Success during the Wyoming Student Affairs Conference on May 30 at CWC.
After being nominated for Student of the Week, Rebekah Hutchison, a Central Wyoming College graduate from Riverton, Wyoming, was selected to be Student of the Year.