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CWC Jackson

Jackson, Wyoming

Jackson's Community College

Located in the Center for the Arts

 

Central Wyoming College's Jackson Outreach Center  serves the needs of the local community by offering affordable, quality education. You can take classes to upgrade job skills, train for technical careers, prepare for your bachelors degree or take non-credit classes that enrich your life.

Flagship programming in Jackson includes an accredited culinary and hospitality program that has an impressive 100% employment rate upon graduation. This degree is uniquely tailored so that our students gain real work experience through internships and become a part of Jackson's local business community during the high tourist seasons.  We also offer excellent nursing and health science programs.

For a full list of degrees, certificates and classes available in Jackson, visit our credit programs page

Foundation courses such as English as a Second Language and Adult Basic Education/High School Equivalency classes are also offered through CWC Jackson.

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CWC Jackson News
  • Central Wyoming College is Bringing Active Shooter Response Training Instructor Course to Riverton Central Wyoming College and the ALICE Training Institute have teamed up to bring ALICE Instructor Certification Training to Riverton, Wyoming on August 12-13. The course will be at CWC in Main Hall room 177 at 8 am.
  • CWC's Sinks Canyon Center Earns a New Name to Reflect Programs Specific to the Area The section of Central Wyoming College’s campus, housed in the foothills of the Wind River Mountain Range, merged with the outdoor education, anthropology and expedition science programs to become the Alpine Science Institute on October 18, 2018. Formerly called the Sinks Canyon Center, the ASI now includes the physical campus, and instruction and research efforts.
  • Wyoming's First Lady Visits CWC Wyoming’s first lady, Jennie Gordon, along with several of her guests, visited Lander and Riverton on July 15. Her visit to Fremont County was part of her Wyoming Hunger Initiative to combat childhood hunger. According to the website, www.nohungerwyo.org, food insecurity affects 12 million children in the U.S. and about 23,500 children in Wyoming.