CLIMB Gets Results

CLIMB Wyoming is pleased to share the most recent impact of our program in our 2013 progress report.  View the full report here, and join us to further our mission to help support single mothers in their quest for financial independence.

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CLIMB Wyoming

CLIMB Wyoming is a non-profit organization that trains and places low-income single mothers in careers that successfully support their families.

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Not Just Job Skills

While the basis of the CLIMB model focuses on job-training and placement, the program also addresses life skills including communicating, problem-solving, budgeting and parenting.

Crystal's Story

To learn how the CLIMB Wyoming program impacts lives, watch as Crystal shares her story.  If you are interested in helping CLIMB impact the lives of single mothers and their children, click to find out more.

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WEB VIDEOS: Success Stories

What People Are Saying...

There are always risks in any hiring process, but CLIMB gives you the chance to work with someone to see if they are com­pat­i­ble for the position. It really ended up being a win-win situation.”
–Dan Chris­tensen, Inde­pen­dent Agent for New York Life

I would recommend CLIMB to any employer because – per­son­ally and for the orga­ni­za­tion – it’s a great way to con­tribute to the community. CLIMB is a fantastic orga­ni­za­tion to support.”
–Joan Binder, Wyoming State Geo­log­i­cal Survey

It has been amazing to watch our CLIMB employee’s growth, and CLIMB under­stood what we needed. It was a great match. The eval­u­a­tions helped to tie every­thing together and take this part­ner­ship where we needed and wanted it to be.”
–Jessica Warpness, Financial Services

This oppor­tu­nity came up with CLIMB, and we took it. It was an economic thing: we needed some employees, and CLIMB has trained people ready to start with us.”
– Troy Onigkeit, Pepper Tank and Contracting

CLIMB was one of the best things I have ever done with my life. The staff’s ded­i­ca­tion and patience made this possible. Without their guidance, I’d still be lost with no clear idea of where I was going.”
–Karissa, CLIMB Graduate

Before CLIMB Wyoming, I was homeless, penniless, and hopeless. Now, my life has com­pletely turned around – I’m a wonderful mother; a strong, confident, deter­mined woman.”
–Tara, CLIMB Graduate

It’s so reas­sur­ing to be somewhere that I wasn’t judged. I was around other women who knew what I was going through, the
dif­fi­cul­ties I faced, the stereo­types I defeated each day.”
–Sara, CLIMB Graduate

As a CLIMB graduate, I really hope that now my kids will be proud of me and look up to me. I want them to be able to say that I am somebody.”
–Crystal, CLIMB Graduate

CLIMB teaches you how to be ready: ready for a career, ready to handle conflict, ready to be suc­cess­ful. Thanks to CLIMB, I’m making better decisions and feel so confident.”
–Jennifer, CLIMB Graduate

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For nearly 25 years, the CLIMB Wyoming programs have been working to move families out of poverty. To date, more than 1,300 women and their families have been served.

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