Menu


Job Corps expects 17 grads at first ceremony in June

Apr 1, 2016 By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer

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 ...


There is more! Read the rest of the story - subscribe today!

Jayden Haslam of Riverton, right, met with welding instructor Jeremy Paskett on Feb. 12, Haslam's last day at the Wind River Job Corps after completing his welding certification. Zoey Bixby, Photo by Daniel Bendtsen

Jayden Haslam of Riverton, right, met with welding instructor Jeremy Paskett on Feb. 12, Haslam's last day at the Wind River Job Corps after completing his welding certification. Zoey Bixby, Photo by Daniel Bendtsen


Jayden Haslam of Riverton, right, met with welding instructor Jeremy Paskett on Feb. 12, Haslam's last day at the Wind River Job Corps after completing his welding certification. Zoey Bixby, Photo by Daniel Bendtsen

Jayden Haslam of Riverton, right, met with welding instructor Jeremy Paskett on Feb. 12, Haslam's last day at the Wind River Job Corps after completing his welding certification. Zoey Bixby, Photo by Daniel Bendtsen

Read The Ranger...
2017-12-13

TAGS: