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Wyoming Works program will help adult students pay for college

<Cheyenne, Wyo.> - The Wyoming Education Attainment Council Executive Committee announced today the launch of the Wyoming Works program. The ...
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21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant UCSD#1 Afterschool Enrichment and Summer Camp Participation

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For the past two years, I have been working with the Western Wyoming Community College Evanston outreach at B.O.C.E.S. and have been nothing other than happy with the experience. Registering for classes was easy with the help of my advisor. She knew what I needed to achieve my goals and how to maneuver course selection and times considering my schedule. The online classes that I took were straightforward and the teachers were helpful when I had questions. ... My life and I are forever changed for the better.
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Before this class...I just didn't realize how much the web is influencing the way we market to people. And it's only going to have more of an impact as time goes on...Thanks so much for everything!
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