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Casper Program Update: Winter 2022

February 15, 2022 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Recruitment, Updates

Photos (Top): Rikki, celebrating at commencement. (Bottom): Participants in Casper’s recent Office Careers training at the Wyoming Contractors Association Training Center, where hands-on learning built their skills in professional office operations and management. Living in poverty often means dealing...

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Climb Wyoming celebrates 35 years of helping women empower themselves

December 29, 2021 | Posted in: Climb Profile, Climb Wyoming, Press, Recruitment, Updates

Green River Star By David Martin, Editor December 9, 2021 Green River, WY– Stormie Prime remembers the day she decided to enroll in Climb Wyoming. The Green River native had noticed an advertisement for the program, which aims to...

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Climb at 35: Climb has helped thousands of families over three decades

December 27, 2021 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Press, Recruitment, Updates

By Carrie Haderlie Rawlins Times   (Photo Above: Aubrey Jones, who lives and works in Rock Springs, said that her life is completely different than it was three years ago before she became a Climb graduate.) Rawlins, WY–For women...

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Climb Wyoming celebrates 35 years of changing lives

December 20, 2021 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Press, Recruitment

By Carrie Haderlie for the Wyoming Tribune Eagle Dec 19, 2021 CHEYENNE – Climb Wyoming has helped Melissa Shell see her options – and chart her future. Shell, a single mom to two young children in Cheyenne, said she...

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Shining On: The Future is Bright for Wyoming Families

December 13, 2021 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Recruitment, Updates

“It’s wonderful. It makes my heart so warm,” says Haley of the way her life has changed since graduating from Climb four years ago. “It opened a lot of new doors for me and taught me to be gentler,...

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Working for Wyoming: Moms Make Our Workforce Stronger

December 10, 2021 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Recruitment, Updates

“When I came to Climb, I had reached a point where I felt really stuck,” says Roxanne. “I’d say my light was completely extinguished.” Pregnant as a teenager, Roxanne left high school early and was a stay-at-home mom for...

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