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February 2019

2019 Newsletter

February 27, 2019 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Updates

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A New Direction in Life

February 26, 2019 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Recruitment, Updates

“This group really came to Climb looking for a fresh start, and they all created it. They worked hard to overcome things that may have kept them from feeling successful in the workplace before, so that, by the end,...

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Graduation Speech: Working Hard to Achieve My Dreams

February 13, 2019 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Recruitment, Updates

Pictured above: Aubrey reading the speech below during Climb’s commencement ceremony. Her job placement is with Genesis Alkali, a trona mine in southwest Wyoming. “Not very long ago, my life was hopeless. Now I am a powerful, confident and...

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Monthly Donor Making a Difference

February 12, 2019 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Updates

“Working for an economic development organization, I see Climb as part of the bigger picture in creating a healthy community. Climb’s impact can be tracked so far down the road—there’s no greater investment than changing lives. For me, monthly...

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The Power of Group

February 12, 2019 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Recruitment, Updates

Pictured above: Tiffany’s Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) group in Casper included a wide range of ages—from 20’s up to a participant raising her great-grandchildren. Tiffany (back row, second from the right) is now working in the home health industry and...

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Updates for You: YOUR SUPPORT HAS MADE ALL THIS (AND MORE) POSSIBLE IN RECENT MONTHS!

February 12, 2019 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Updates

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) participants experienced what it’s like to be the patient during a mass casualty incident training with Laramie County Community College and the Cheyenne Veterans Affairs Medical Center. After role playing as victims, the moms gave...

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Grad Scales Career Ladder in Construction Industry

February 12, 2019 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Recruitment, Updates

Pictured above: Amber recalls when her son’s friend told him, “Girls can’t drive trucks,” so he stood up and said, “Yes they can! My mom does!” Now Amber’s daughter also works in the construction industry. Amber has climbed up...

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