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With the City of Riverton set to confirm the resignation of city administrator Steven Weaver on Tuesday, Feb. 7, the Arizona-bound official cites the ...

Wind River Job Corp students have been clearing snow throughout Riverton in recent days. Lead instructor for the heavy equipment department, Phil Cornella, ...

Latest graduates say goodbye to Job Corps

Thirty-two students walked at the latest graduation of the Wind River Job Corps. For many of the graduates, it was a bittersweet moment.
"I hate endings like ...

Center looks to expand local involvement

As more students from the Wind River Job Corps advance in their trades, work-based learning specialist Julianna Eckley said the center is looking for more ...

Job corps director expects to build on top rankings

The local center was No. 1 in three areas when compared to 127 other facilities.

In the first year of its existence, the Wind River Job Corps had the ...

More than 40 students received their diplomas Friday at the Wind River Job Corps Center as they walked the stage in front of their peers, family, friends and ...

Job Corps numbers

They are perfectly adequate, and they are likely to grow as economy improves

Let's not get too hung up on numbers at Wind River Job Corps.
A little ...

Job Corps graduating second class Friday; enrollment flattening

Leaders at the Wind River Job Corps originally had hoped the center would fill its capacity of 300 students by March.
After enrollment was brought above 200 ...

Job Corps students organizing community powwow at CWC

The college has hosted powwows before, usually been in the gymnasium, but this one will be outdoors.

The Wind River Job Corps draws in many students ...

CWC set to accredit Job Corps courses

The Wind River Job Corps is working to get some of its curriculum accredited at Central Wyoming College, which would allow the center's students seeking ...

Job Corps sees first-year success in facts and figures

The Wind River Job Corps has spent about $500,000 with local vendors in Fremont County and currently employs more than 100 people, providing about $4.8 million ...

CWC puts new emphasis on partnering with Job Corps, unemployed

The admissions department at Central Wyoming College is partnering with Wyoming Workforce Services to help locally displaced workers go back to school.
From ...

Valentina Quinonez, petroleum technician student and president of student government, introduced the keynote speakers at the first Wind River Job Corps ...

35 students marched in Friday ceremonies

Wind River Job Corps held its first-ever commencement Friday in a ceremony that graduated 35 students at the ...

Job Corps to pay for CWC tuition for at least four students

Eleven students already have completed their programs, and another 23 are set to finish within the next month.


As the Wind River Job Corps ...

Wind River Job Corps will lead the construction effort with the alternative material, which has been used successfully elsewhere in ...

On Feb. 12, Jayden Haslam had his last day at the Wind River Job Corps. At age 20, he became the school's first graduate.
Before the Job Corps opened last ...

Citizen council boosts Job Corps ties

Part 5 in a series

Wind RiverJobCorpsCenter officials meet regularly with community relations council to discuss initiatives, program updates and ...

Fourth in a series

Job Corps officials are looking for opportunities to send students into the local community in the coming months.
"They want Job ...

Job Corps about halfway to full enrollment; many students are local

Members of the Wind River Job Corps community relations council were pleased to hear that many students currently enrolled at the Riverton facility hail from ...

 
 

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