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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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Building Job Skills: Training Program Innovates in Uncertain Times

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

Photo Above: Tammara’s job training maintained core elements of Climb’s model developed over the past 35 years while innovating in new ways to provide services during the pandemic. Tammara, a mother of three, graduated from Climb’s Medical Assistant training...

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Carrying the Burden: Single Moms Hit Hardest by Pandemic

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

Photo Above: Angela, pictured here with three of her sons, says her family experienced high levels of stress when she lost her job during the pandemic. Before COVID, Angela had a great job with a family-friendly schedule—but she was...

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Finding the Way

November 16, 2021 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Updates

 “Living at the bottom was definitely where I was at for a long time,” Heather, a graduate of Climb’s Commercial Driving program in 2015, recalls of life before the program. “At 24, I’d just gotten out of prison...

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Nonprofit’s local branch helping single moms ‘Climb’ the ladder in their careers

October 29, 2021 | Posted in: Climb Wyoming, Press, Updates

Roxanne Rosales, an administrative associate at the Jackson Hole Land Trust, is one of many Climb Wyoming graduates filling jobs in Teton County’s workforce during a critical labor shortage. Jackson Hole News & Guide By Timothy J. Woods Oct...

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