Wind River Outdoor Writers Conference scheduled at CWC this week

(Riverton, Wyo.) –  Central Wyoming College English Professor Buck Tilton has once again organized a special opportunity for writers – The Wind River Outdoor Writers Conference. This conference features two days of inspirational guest lectures from bloggers, editors, publishers and authors combined with workshops and conversations around outdoor writing. The conference is scheduled to take place at CWC’s Sinks Canyon Center Field Station in Lander, Wyoming May 29 and 30. For writers just starting out, to professionals looking for inspiration this conference provides a venue to gather, converse and enhance writing skills among highly accomplished professionals.

Rural Justice Training Center at CWC provided missing children training in April

(Riverton, Wyo.) – Central Wyoming College’s Rural Justice Training Center hosted the course “Missing Children: Dynamics and Response,” last month for state and local law enforcement. The event was coordinated by RJTC coordinator Kathleen Tilton, to help support local law enforcement personnel in missing children cases. “When I contacted local law enforcement about bringing this training to the RJTC, there was a strong interest. We had an outstanding level of attendance and participation,” said Tilton.

Fremont County Job Expo on tap at CWC on Wednesday from 9 to 2

(Riverton, Wyo.) – The 2015 Fremont County Job Expo will be hosted tomorrow (Wednesday) by Central Wyoming College again this year along with the Department of Workforce Services.  This is a greatl opportunity for members of the community to network, search for jobs and learn more about training/ educational opportunities available to them, according to a news release from the college.  The Expo runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Robert A.  Peck Arts Center Gallery.