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July 2016

Climb Continues To Be Tapped for 30 Years of Innovation and Expertise

July 21, 2016 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming

  In May, Climb Wyoming was invited to attend the USDA Food and Nutrition Service Regional SNAP Employment and Training Conference in Cheyenne to share detailed insights, expertise and program innovations in working with families in poverty. The full-day...

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Ways to Give: Corporate Giving

July 18, 2016 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming

Some of the most important investments in Climb Wyoming have come from the remarkable support of Wyoming’s businesses and corporations. These generous partners help support the development of new training programs, underwrite the costs of equipment and facilities, and...

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Photo Gallery: I Am Becoming a Person Who…

July 18, 2016 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Recruitment

Climb participants fill in the statement “I am becoming a person who…” as a way to reflect on their own personal growth during a program. Our recent Sweetwater Area grads shared about their own journey to a better life.

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A Market-Based Approach: Climb Responds to Wyoming’s Changing Economy

July 18, 2016 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Recruitment

With the challenging economy and rising unemployment rates in Wyoming, the Climb Wyoming program is more important than ever for low-income single mothers across the state. Climb’s market-based approach of actively engaging with local businesses and industry groups has...

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Featured Video: Climb Grad Pays It Forward

July 18, 2016 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Recruitment

Through some tough times in her life, Tasha says she “always had Climb to lean on.” Now a project manager for Simon Contractors in Cheyenne, Tasha advises current Climb participants entering careers in welding, construction and truck driving. She...

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