For low-income single mothers to discover self-sufficiency through career training and placement.
Climb Wyoming’s model was developed in Cheyenne in 1986 for single mothers ages 16–21 under the name of the Fleming Young Parent Program. Recognizing this successful paradigm and the need to reach more single mothers, Wyoming community partners collaborated to aggressively expand the Young Parent Program model to serve low-income single mothers of all ages across the state. See our history timeline.
Are you ready to take your career to the next level while making a difference in the lives of families in poverty? Cheyenne Assistant Program Director Climb Wyoming is offering an exciting opportunity for a strong advocate and collaborator to join our Cheyenne team. This position requires both a passion for advocacy and relationship building, […]