CWC Ambassador Newsletter Spring 2019
Equine Business Management and Equine Science
Kayla grew up on a dairy farm in Pennsylvania and found a love for animals at a very young age. She chose to come to CWC to turn her passion for horses into a career.
I plan to manage a dual facility that has two operations; one that houses a boarding facility and another that includes therapeutic horsemanship.”
Kayla is excited to be a student ambassador for the college to participate in service projects and meet a variety of new people. She believes that being a leader means people can trust you to make good things happen. Besides working with horses, Kayla's favorite activities include singing, acting and making ceramics.
Become an Equine Assisted Therapist and earn a certification through the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship.
Science with an emphasis in health sciences
Serdar is an international student from Mazy, Turkmenistan who came here to gain new experiences.
I like doing things that put me outside my comfort zone.”
Serdar is pursuing a degree in health science with hopes of moving on to medical school or nursing school. He is excited to be a student ambassador to help this community grow. He came to CWC in order to start his college education with a small group and to develop his English skills before moving on to a four-year college or university.
Become either a Nurse Practitioner or a Doctor of Medicine.
Dayne Bradley is a freshman pursuing an engineering degree to utilize his love of technology and knack for building things.
I came to CWC because it is a very friendly and inviting college.”
Dayne grew up in Riverton where he has enjoyed riding horses and playing soccer. He is currently serving as a state officer for the Wyoming FFA Association. He is an outgoing person who is full of energy and loves meeting new people. He is excited to be a student ambassador so he can give back to the community in which he grew up.
To attend Colorado Mesa University to continue her education in health.