Eastern Wyoming College and the Workforce Development Center can deliver economical training programs to enhance your personal development or improve your company’s workforce.
Providing access to learning for careers and for life.
- Work with you to deliver convenient, high-value solutions that fit your needs.
- Provide value-added learning opportunities that enhance economic development.
- Create partnerships with individuals, and businesses, and industries for lifelong learning.
- Serve as the educational partner for your organization.
Customized Training Available!! Designed to help individuals and businesses compete in today’s fast-paced world by providing them with up-to-date skills and certifications. We offer a wide range of programs with flexible scheduling at an excellent value, all taught by some of the best professionals in business and industry. Customized courses can be provided either at our training facilities or on-site at your location.
FBI Grant Funds available for qualified individuals
Eastern Wyoming College has received the Families Becoming Independent grant, referred to as the FBI grant. Funds from this grant can be used to cover tuition costs, fees and supplies. Eligibility requirements are:
- Parent of children under the age of 18
- Meet income guidelines
- Be a Wyoming resident
- Enrolling in the following programs: CNA, CNA II, Medication Aid, or CDL Training.
The FBI grant program also provides assistance with resume building, interview skills and success on the job. Job placement assistance is also provided.
For more information, please call: 307.532.8323 or 307.532.8213.
|What people are saying about Workforce Development…
“In the economic development field, it is extremely important to have the right resources readily available in recruiting companies to the area. One of GCEDC’s most important resources in our tool kit is the extremely effective and valuable workforce development programs offered through Eastern Wyoming College. They provide a wide variety of industry specific training programs that can be a deciding factor for a company deciding whether or not to come to Goshen County. EWC is right on target in helping to boost the economy of our county.”
~Lisa Johnson, Executive Director, Goshen County Economic Development Corp.
“The class was way more than I expected. I walk away with so many ideas and tools to improve my job and workplace.”
~Kendra Stienmetz, Points West Bank
“Intense Innovation has given me the tools to evaluate and energize my business. It has exceeded every expectation I had for the course.”
~Tiphanie Lofink, Points West Bank
“Creativity is a must in the business world, some of us need more help pulling that info together.”
~Somer Pieper DVM, Bear Creek Veterinary Clinic