Laramie County Community College is hosting Reality Town from 8 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. at Laramie High School. From 9- 11 a.m., April 11, there will be another Reality Town at the LCCC campus for Burns High School, Pines Bluff High School and private school students. To volunteer, please call Jasmine Varos at 307-778-1239 or
Laramie County Community College Staff Senate is going to award two LCCC employees with the Staff of the Year award. The award recognizes employees who make outstanding contributions. Staff members are encouraged to fill out the nomination forms, e-mailed to them by the Staff Senate, before Friday, March 30. In this way, the process is
The Taste planning team hopes to see you at the Taste of Pathways. The Taste of Pathways will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Mar. 30 in the ANB Bank Leadership Center, which is located in the Clay Pathfinder Building. The Taste planning team will be providing lunch, committee information, and participants
The Adult Career and Education System, or ACES, is giving high school students an opportunity to complete their high school equivalency with a new schedule of classes, free of charge at Laramie County Community College. The program is available for residents 16 years or older. The first session of classes starts on March 19 and
LCCC’s theatre program received two awards at the Region 7 Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival this year. Alexander Soden won the Region 7 Legacy Award for Design, Technology and Management for his work with lighting design on “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later.” Soden won a second award, the Don Child Collaboration Award through the
The Library of Congress Veterans History Project is seeking volunteer interviewers and veterans interested in being interviewed. This project would capture veterans’ histories and preserve them for future education. It is locally sponsored by the Cheyenne Veterans Affairs Hospital. Prospective volunteer interviewers and veteran interviewees can call Chaplain Carol Carr at 307-778-7377 for more information.
Free English as a second language and Civics/U.S. history classes are being hosted by the Adult Career and Education System starting on March 5 at Laramie County Community College. It will be a fun and interactive environment that utilizes technology to improve your knowledge of English an U.S. History/ Civics. There will be morning and
LCCC student Hayley Greenawalt was awarded Student of the Year at the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees dinner. Hayley is the SGA treasurer, serves on the College Council and is very active throughout the community and campus projects. She is pictured with LCCC President Joe Schaffer.
A drivers education course will take place May 1-19 on the Cheyenne campus. Classes will also be taking place in Pine Bluffs April 10- 21. The class will be taught by Jim Wollack, who has worked in law enforcement for 39 years, including 23 years as a police driving instructor. There will be an additional
Laramie County Community College is looking at getting at least half of the funds needed to renovate the Fine Arts building and construct a new performing arts center from the Legislature. Daniel Powell, dean of Arts and Humanities, said that before the bond was voted down in November, LCCC went to the Legislature and