Monte Stokes

Monte Stokes-web

Title: Instructor
Phone: 307.532.8273
Email: monte.stokes@ewc.wy.edu

Bio

Dr. Monte Stokes has been at EWC for 15 years.   He teaches mostly animal science/production courses or animal forage courses.  Monte graduated several years ago from the Ranching for Profit Schools held by Ranch Management Consultants.  Many universities have adopted thoughts and ideas from this group, and Monte especially enjoys implementing the philosophies into his classes.  Monte and his wife also have a cow-calf/yearling operation which allows for lots of real-life experiences to be used in his classes.

Georgia Younglove

Georgia Younglove

Title: Instructor & Livestock Judging Coach
Phone: 307.532.8274
Email: georgia.younglove@ewc.wy.edu

Bio

Dr. Georgia Younglove joined the EWC Ag faculty in the fall of 2013 after spending 15 years at Chadron State College. Her primary responsibilities are livestock production, feeds, ag business courses and she coaches the livestock judging and show team. Georgia is working to grow both teams and is excited about the opportunities the teams provide for students at EWC both at the regional and national levels. According to her the support received from area producers has been instrumental in setting a solid foundation for the future of both teams.

Jake Clark

Jake Clark - Head Rodeo Coach

Title: Instructor & Head Rodeo Coach
Phone: 307.532.8337
Email: jake.clark@ewc.wy.edu

Bio

Mr. Jake Clark has been with EWC since 1997. Jake, an EWC alum, has a degree in Education. He now Coaches the Lancer Rodeo Team which has had 83 National Qualifiers under his reign. He teaches mostly Equine Science courses which are centered around the rodeo business and production areas. He, his wife Kerin and their two children also run a cow calf operation, produce youth rodeos and train horses. Jake is proud to be a former EWC student and brings many experiences to the classroom.

Kaitlyn Steben

Kaitlyn Steben

Title: Instructor
Phone: 307.532.8271
Email: kaitlyn.steben@ewc.wy.edu

Bio

Mrs. Kaitlyn Steben has been with EWC since 2012. She teaches mostly plant science and ag-business courses. Kaitlyn especially enjoys working in the greenhouse and high tunnels found on campus. Students in her Agroecology class start plants from seed, grow the plants in the greenhouse, and then transplant into the high tunnels later in the spring. The produce that is harvested from these plants goes to the cafeteria for use in the meals. Students enjoy being a part of the process from seed to plate.