Population found historically dependent on workforce opportunities

The ENDOW (Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming) 2017 socioeconomic assessment reported that Wyoming’s population declined approximately by 1,000 between July 2015 and July 2016. Tast, who is also a member of the Southeast Wyoming Workforce Advisory Group, said that the Southeast area of Wyoming is in fact currently facing workforce issues. “The very first

Wyoming’s ability to adapt to the future discussed by board members

The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees meeting on March 21 covered everything from future technologies to enrollment strategies. There were, however, a few important conversations over future technologies, legislation concerning Wyoming Community Colleges, WyoTech’s future, Guided Pathways and strategies to increase enrollment. President Dr. Joe Schaffer shared what he learned on his trip

Governor initiative uses community colleges to diversify economy

President Dr. Joe Schaffer spoke at the Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming Executive Council meeting on Jan. 25 at Laramie County Community College and gave recommendations how Wyoming needs to utilize post-secondary education as a way of diversifying the state’s economy. ENDOW’s assessment on education said that, in terms of percentages, Wyoming graduates fewer

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